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Pembrokeshire

Pembrokeshire in West Wales is famed for its coastal beauty, where its world-famous coast path offers unfettered access to beautiful secluded beaches, coves and fishing villages, as well as rugged headlands and stunning sea views and wildlife. But it’s also home to a rich history and heritage from the cathedral of Wales’s national saint in St Davids, Britain’s smallest city, to Iron Age hillforts and spectacular castles, one of which, Pembroke, is the birthplace of the Tudor dynasty.
Manorbier Castle, Pembrokeshire

In photos: Perfect Pembrokeshire

In the new issue we take a tour of Pembrokeshire in West Wales. Famed for its coastal beauty, it is also steeped in history, from spectacular castles to the birthplace of the Tudor dynasty.

harlech castle, wales

25 of the best things to do in Wales

We’ve scoured the length and breadth of Wales to bring you the top 25 best things to do, from historic castles to beautiful beaches.

The UK’s top 10 beaches

As we bid farewell to spring, it’s time to start planning summer trips to the seaside. So here are the National Trust’s top 10 spots for a great family day out at the beach

Aerial Britain: The Pembrokeshire Coast Path DVD

Aerial Britain: The Pembrokeshire Coast Path With around 170 miles of breathtaking scenery from Amroth to St Dogmaels, this is a stunning AERIAL BRITAIN film, featuring salt marshes, unspoilt beaches, dramatic cliff-faces, fascinating geology, islands,…

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