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Beach Safety All beaches can be dangerous in the wrong conditions. These guidelines will help keep you informed and equipped so that you can make the most of Pembrokeshire’s beautiful beaches in safety. beach, safety, guidlines, emergency,

Beach Wheelchairs Beach wheelchairs help less able people enjoy Pembrokeshire’s beaches. The National Park Authority’s wheelchairs are specially designed and manufactured to be used on sandy beaches. beach, wheelchairs, accessibility, easy, sand, disabled, blue, badge, hire,

Bylaws These Byelaws apply to land owned or leased by the National Park Authority - NB this is around 1% of the National Park as a whole. County Council Byelaws cover behaviour of dogs on beaches and open spaces and use of powercraft on inland waters. Events may well need licencing by the County Council if they involve certain activities e.g. music or sale of alchohol roperties, fires, dogs, beach, activities, dogs, byelaws, rules,

Clues in the landscape What do us Brits like discussing more than anything else?! The weather of course! And from tropical landscapes to glaciers and ice sheets, Britain has been through it all. global, temperature, beach, platforms, cantre’r, gwaelod, submerged, forests,

Dogs on beaches in the National Park You and your dog are welcome on more than 50 of Pembrokeshire’s beaches, but some have dog restricted areas or dog bans between May 1st and the end of September. dogs, beaches, litter, fouling, restrictions, seasonal, guide, dogs, visually, impaired,

Easy Access Beaches Easy Access Beaches in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park easy, access, beaches, amroth, wiseman's, bridge, saundersfoot, tenby,

Enjoying the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park boasts a wealth of wonderful places to explore and enjoy. Its stunning coastline offers safe, sandy beaches ideal for families, hundreds of miles of footpaths, as well as rugged cliffs and secluded rocky coves. enjoying, activities, beaches, family, holidays, wildlife, surfing, kayaking, walking, climbing,

Freshwater West Freshwater West is a wonderful, wild location popular with surfers, walkers, Hollywood filmmakers and wildlife lovers alike. freshwater, west, robin, hood, dunes, sand, beach,

Marloes Sands Marloes Sands is one of the Pembrokeshire Coast’s most popular beaches boasting a combination of golden sands and the opportunity to watch a wonderful array of wildlife, from seals to sea birds. marloes, sands, beach, skomer, deer, skokholm,

Newport National Park Visitor Centre THIS CENTRE IS NOW PERMANENTLY CLOSED newport, visitor, centre, tourist, information, welcome, preseli, traethmawr, beach, nevern, visitor,

Pembrokeshire's Beaches Pembrokeshire is home to Britain's only truly coastal National Park and contains a wide variety of beaches. We have more Blue Flag and Green Coast beaches than any other county in the country beaches, abereiddi, barafundle, newgale, beach, caerfai, whitesands, cwm-yr-eglwys, druidston,

Places to visit in the National Park Pembrokeshire Coast National Park boasts a wealth of wonderful places to explore and enjoy. beaches, carew, castle, castell, henllys, tenby, davids, places, visit, family, holiday, attractions,

Wheelchair Paths The National Park Authority has improved and adapted a number of country paths so that they are suitable for access by wheelchairs. A number of wheelchair routes are contained in the Walks for All guide, however, you can also choose a suitable walk by using our search facility and select the Wheelchair Walks category. wheelchair, pathsasy, access, routeseach, wheelchairs,