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“Walk along the coast”

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park
Certificate of Excellence
Reviewed 17 August 2013

Absolutely stuning, must go!
We started off at the st davids cathedral (they have a car park there) and walked by the coast all the way to stack rocks and the green bridge.The view was absolutely gorgeous It was about a 2hr walk, but it can be done in shorter being that we did stop a couple times to take pictures.
There is the coast bus which takes you there and back, just check the times as they run only 3 times a day and not all stops are done everyday.

1  Thank chani1
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Reviewed 25 July 2013

I loved St Davids cathedral, the boattrip to Ramsey Island (go when the tide is high - it's beautiful and exhillirating) and White Sand beach. We went in july. Because UK holiday didn't start yet there were little tourists.

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Reviewed 15 July 2013

so much more to enjoy beyond the better know resort areas , much of the coast is very peaceful and offers excellent opportunity for enjoying the stunning natural beauty and rich wildlife

1  Thank David P
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Reviewed 28 June 2013

We are lucky to have friends living in Pembrokeshire so visit here as often as we can. The coastal scenery is amazing and there are some extraordinary places to visit such as the Lily Ponds at Bosherston. I have never seen anything like it where lily ponds are located adjacent to a beach!

The views are different around every bend of the coast and there are some wonderful walks and sites to see. You have to go and see for yourself the wonders of nature that Pembrokeshire has on show.

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Reviewed 8 June 2013

We made the drive past Marloes to catch the boat to Skomer Island to see puffins. After two to three hours of driving, we were told that the boat was unable to sail due to weather conditions (Call first). The drive was not a total waste as the area had beautiful views.

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