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    The southern extremities of the principality of Wales offer visitors some of the finest coastline and sea views to be found anywhere in the United Kingdom. The county town of Haverfordwest serves as a market town for the local area, and holds a strategic position at the tidal limits of the River Cleddau, with roads leading off to Fishguard, St David’s, Pembroke Dock and Milford Haven.

    Things to do in Pembrokeshire and the South
    Tucked away in the southern corner of Wales, the county is home to the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, the only coastal national park in the UK, and one of three national parks within the principality. Hillwalking, mountaineering, golf and watersports are all popular leisure pursuits, and lovers of natural history will also find themselves spoilt by the amazing countryside habitats and coastal scenery.

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    St Brides Bay – Forming part of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, and at the heart of Pembrokeshire, the Bay is known for the outstanding quality of its landscape, and much of it is designated as heritage coastline. The mouth of the Bay is approximately seven miles wide, extending a further 10 miles eastwards. To the north and the south the shores of the bay are mostly of a rocky nature, whilst in the east – the central stretch of the Bay – a series of sandy beaches welcome holidaymakers.

    St Davids – Lying on the River Alun on the St David’s peninsula, at the western extremities of Wales, St David’s is the smallest city in Britain. Built around the 12th century St David’s Cathedral, burial place of the patron saint of Wales, and a place of devoted pilgrimage throughout the Middle Ages, the city is also home to the fine ruins of St David’s Bishops Palace, which are situated directly next to the Cathedral buildings.

    Whitesands Bay – The glory of Whitesands Bay lies just two miles to the west of St David’s, and it is now a particularly popular resort for all types of watersports. This fine, wide and sandy beach, within the larger reaches of St Brides Bay, has been described as the best surfing beach in Pembrokeshire, and, more notably, as one of the best tourist beaches anywhere in the world. At very low tides the remains of an ancient, submerged and petrified forest can be seen on the beach, with the stumps of hazel, oak, fir and birch clearly visible through the sands.

    Pembroke Dock – Once a small fishing village, the town is of particular interest to military history enthusiasts. Pembroke Dock became a centre for naval shipbuilding following the Napoleonic Wars, when the Admiralty relocated its yards from Milford Haven. Military connections with the area continued during the Second World War, when the RAF made it the largest operational base for flying boats anywhere in the world. One of two sturdy Martello Towers is now open as a local museum, and there are plans for a new yacht marina. Nearby, the Pembroke Refinery is a main centre for local employment.

    Tenby – A walled seaside town in the south-east of Pembrokeshire, Tenby offers visitors a delightful little harbour and holiday environment. Once an early Welsh stronghold, the construction of a Norman castle and walled town made Tenby a medieval settlement of some note. Situated at the start of the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, there are amazing views of Caldey Island; a plethora of colourful, painted buildings line the Tenby seafront, surrounding the harbour and leading off to the narrow, cobbled streets behind.

    Mumbles – On the outskirts of Swansea, (the) Mumbles takes its name from the adjacent headland which stretches into Swansea Bay. Just beyond the town, nearby on the eastern side of the Gower Peninsula, the ruins of the 12th century Oystermouth Castle - the Gower Peninsula’s finest castle - have recently been subject to several phases of conservation work, including a £1m revamp, with a 30ft high glass bridge, giving access to the historic Alina’s Chapel, whilst also reinstating the spectacular views from the chapel across Swansea Bay.

    Stackpole – Although the Palladian mansion - Stackpole Court - was demolished in 1963, the estate surrounding it has more than 20 miles of coastal, lakeside and woodland trails, including those around the Bosherston Lakes. Water fowl, fish and otters are frequently sighted, and many of the lakeside walks are accessible to wheelchair users.

    Milford Haven – To the north side of the Milford Haven Waterway – a natural harbour that has been in use since medieval times – the town of Milford Haven is situated in an area of low-lying creeks, mudflats and wooded shoreline. With a long history in shipbuilding and fishing, the town has recently been remodelled with a watergarden and a new marina to entice visitors.

    Llandrindod Wells – With its position in the heart of neighbouring Powys, Llandrindod Wells was once a fine example of a Victorian spa town.  Although many of the ornate buildings survive, the town is now better known for being the home of the National Cycling Museum, the venue for an annual Victorian festival, and an ideally central location for all manner of political and business events.

    Carmarthen – On the River Towy, eight miles from the river mouth in Carmarthen Bay, Carmarthen is said to be the oldest town in Wales. Links with the great Arthurian legend are sometimes made, and much work has recently been undertaken to rejuvenate the market area in the centre of the town.

    Llanelli – To the north-west of Swansea, Llanelli is well-served for leisure activities, having three golf courses, a motorsports circuit and a new rugby stadium, as well as a National Hunt racecourse at nearby Ffos Las.


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    photo of Rosepark , Simpson Cross, near Newgale, Pembrokeshire, Haverfordwest
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