An unspoilt corner of South West Wales
Pembrokeshire, an unspoilt corner of South West Wales, has a dramatic coastline nearly 200 miles long with soaring cliffs, small sandy coves and long golden beaches. Almost all of the spectacular shoreline is included within Britain’s only coastal National Park, while the county’s offshore islands are important wildlife reserves.
Inland the peaceful river estuaries and wooded valleys contrast with the dramatic Preseli Hills. It’s the perfect haven for the outdoor enthusiast but also has much to offer the family with its stunning beaches and choice of attractions, while foodies will be able to indulge in the county’s natural larder of fresh and varied local produce.
For those seeking adrenalin charged activities, the coastline is a great backdrop for exciting watersports while the changing landscapes provide perfect settings for a range of land-based adventures.
2017 is Wales Year of Legends – there is probably nowhere else in Britain with a greater density of ancient mystical legends than Wales. They are all here – giants, fairies, dragons, goblins, witches and wizards and mermaids. There are over 500 in Pembrokeshire alone with an even greater concentration in the north east of the county. But the year of Legends isn’t just for the mystical, Pembrokeshire has more than its fair share of living legends past and present from future kings of England and notorious pirates to current day actors, authors, musicians and sports personalities, all of whom have added to the county’s rich history and culture.
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Year of Legends – Pembrokeshire Living Legends, Past and Present
Year of Legends – Past, Present and Mystical Legends in Pembrokeshire, South West Wales
Year of Legends – Pembrokeshire’s Most Terrible Tales
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