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Pembrokeshire is a beautiful county situated in the south west
of Wales. It is home to Pembrokeshire Coast National Park covering
186 miles of stunning coastal scenery.
There are many activities available among which include bird
watching, fishing, horse-riding, wind-surfing, kayaking and
coasteering. There is a wide variety of beaches to choose from with
many having received Blue Flag and Green Coast status.
Pembrokeshire has a number of castles, forts, museums and art
galleries to explore, well worth a visit are two of National Trust
owned coastal estates.
For dining out there are a number of restaurants, cafes and
tea-rooms offering menus to suit all tastes. Shopping facilities
include farmers' markets, gift shops and individual boutiques.
Home to the Pembrokeshire Coastal National Park with 186 miles
of winding coastal path connecting ragged coast, sweeping white
beaches and unspoilt villages.
See the many year-round attractions in this 'city village', from
the ruins of Bishop's Palace and interesting buildings in Cathedral
Close to beautiful coves and bays.
The island is home to a small village, is best known for its
monastery. During the winter, the island produces perfume and
chocolate for its visitors.
There’s always plenty to do from Club Sites – take a look at these local attractions
and events coming up near this site. Attractions offering a discount for Club Members
are highlighted with a ‘Member Offer’ logo.
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