The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is Britain's only truly coastal national park. Rimmed by a spectacular waterscape of rugged cliffs, sandy beaches and wooded estuaries, the land rises to wild inland hills. This environment is a place of sanctuary for wildlife who share the landscape that has been shaped by many people over the centuries. Tombs and castles, crosses and cottages, quarries and quays are all reminders of man's endeavours, which remains a working landscape. Inland the Preseli Hills offer excellent walking across the moorland ridge. More Information
Pembrokeshire is home to the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, which is the only national park in United Kingdom established because of the coastline. In addition to the glorious coastline, The Preseli Hills in the north of the national park also offer excellent walking. The Preseli Hills are an area of high moorland with Foel Cwmcerwyn (536 m.) the highest point. The 190-mile (310 km) Pembrokeshire Coast Path offers a challenging route allowing you to explore the magnificent coast. Outside the national park boundaries, you can enjoy rural countryside.
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