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The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park

The Green Bridge of Wales
The Green Bridge of Wales - © Becky Tooby

We are so lucky to be living so close to the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, the UK's only coastal national park. Walking is the best way to find hidden coves, beautiful bays, and amazing wildlife.

The coast path itself is 186 miles long but don't worry you don't have to do it all (even though we do recommend it at some point!). There are plenty of day walks to do, or even just a few hours that will help immerse you into the best Pembrokeshire has to offer. The National Park is also incredibly diverse, from volcanic craggy rocks in the north to towering limestone cliffs in the south and the moor-like Preseli mountains (more like hills really).

For wildlife lovers, there are the puffins on Skomer Island, the seals of Ramsey Island and the guillemot and razorbill colonies of Stack Rocks to name a few!

If you are overwhelmed with choice and don't know where to start, please ask us and we can point you in the right direction.

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