Pembrokeshire is one of Wales’s most popular destinations, not only to the likes of us tourists, but for centuries now it has been a special location for artists, pilgrims and to many outdoor pursuits enthusiasts. Pembrokeshire is also famous for being home to Britain’s smallest city (St David’s) this charming city was founded by St David, patron saint of Wales around 1500 years ago and is still to this day, full to the brim of welsh charm and its wide array of art galleries and independent shops, really makes this corner of the county an interesting place to explore. Pembrokeshire is also famous for the amount of blue flag beaches it has dotted around its coastline, a coastline that spans a vast 275 km! Not only has it won dozens of blue flag awards, but a huge number of green coast awards also! Just when you couldn’t be blamed for thinking there were no more awards to be won, Pembrokeshire has deservedly won well over a hundred seaside awards too.
Being the only coastal national park of its kind, and one of only three national parks in this great country of Wales, the others being the Snowdonia National Park and thirdly the Brecon Beacons, all of which are featured in this book. This section of the book features plenty of great places to visit, castles that have been the birth place to great kings, to theme parks, safari parks and animal farms alike. Pembrokeshire really is a unique setting, and certainly one to spend your holiday in! For those interested in the movies, there are so many famous film locations to explore and if you really do your research, you’ll be able to uncover some places that have been featured in films such as the world famous Harry Potter franchise.