Pirates Cathedrals and castles
On the edge of wales pushing itself out into the Celtic sea Pembrokeshire is the jewel of Wales, with its rugged coastline, wild and beautiful scenery, this area of wales just begs to be explored.
With miles of golden beaches hidden coves and inlets not to mention the history and wildlife you will be enthralled from the moment you arrive.
The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, along with the dramatic St David’s head peninsular is an amazing place to visit with its foaming surf and spray covered rocks and headlands the scenery has no rival.
Saint David’s cathedral has been an important centre for Christianity and pilgrimage through the ages it is the smallest cathedral in Britain.
Nearby Tenby will captivate the children with its castle walls and narrow cobbled streets this quaint town will keep the shoppers occupied for a day exploring the many independent shops.
Tenby was once one of the busiest ports in Wales and the Tudor merchant’s house is a time capsule of these bygone times this house will entertain all ages with plenty for children to do and see.
The Pirate John Paul Jones is said to have frequented the area landing on the Island of Caldey where his ghost is said to roam.
Whatever your interest Pembrokeshire with its historic cities Seaside towns and spectacular landscapes ensures there is adventure here for all.
Towns in Pembrokeshire
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