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Activities To find out more about the activities on offer in Pembrokeshire,  visit our Enjoy Pembrokeshire website. This is a map-based website which lets you choose the activities that you would like to do and leads you to the best places close to your home or accommodation. activities, surfing, windsurfing, walking, climbing, cycling, kayaking, horse, facilities, riding,

Barefoot Trail This barefoot walking trail – among the first of its kind in Wales – gives you the chance to walk in the footsteps of Celtic warriors at Castell Henllys. castell, henllys, barefoot, walking, trail, nant, duad, walking, path, easy, access, wheelchair, buggy,

Car Parks managed by the National Park Authority Information on the National Park Authority's car parks, which sites charge for parking, information on season tickets and blue badge holders ingeason, ticket, blue, badge, coach, weekly, display,

Carew Castle and Tidal Mill Carew's first castle was an earth and wood structure, which was later replaced by a stone building when the Normans first took control of South Pembrokeshire at the end of 11th century. iconic, views, carew, castle, tidal, mill, christmas, market, kingfisher,

Coast Path Mileage Chart This chart is designed for both the long-distance and casual walker using the Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail. mileage, chart, path, trail, walking, distance,

Coastal Buses - Frequently Asked Questions Pembrokeshire Coastal Bus Services are local bus services that travel along the coast, seven days a week during the summer, to access walks, beaches, boat trips, local villages and attractions. buses, buses, walker, walkingath, public, transport, trains,

Development Management Committee The Development Management Committee meets every six weeks to determine planning applications and to deal with all matters relating to the designation and administration of Conservation Areas. development, management, committee, planning, meetings, public, speaking,

Do you live locally? Living in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. transport, planning, landowners, projects, sustainable, development, walking, community,

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,

Fishy visitors to Pembrokeshire A brief look at the more unusual fish that pass the Pembrokeshire coast fish, sharks, basking, shark, sunfish,

Google Trekker You can now view the Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail from your computer, mobile or tablet as the world-famous walking route has been added to Google Street View. google, trekker, street, view, panoramic, views, path, trail, camera, walking,

Land of Legends: Mill Bay Mill Bay, a quiet cove on the Dale Peninsula, is a site of huge historical significance. king, henry, france, pembroke, carew, battle, crown, history, royals, mill,

Land of Legends: Preseli Hills Enjoy the sense of freedom and the vast views from the heights of the Preseli Hills, which narrowly escaped becoming a permanent military training ground.​ preseli, boar, king, arthur, magic, chase, battle, waldo, williams, giant, save, culhwch, olwen, twrch, trwyth,

Let's Walk Pembrokeshire Let’s Walk Pembrokeshire is promoting a range of activities, events and routes that will help people take the first steps to making walking a part of their daily routine during May as part of National Walking Month. let's, walk, walking, well-being, wellbeing, health, steps, creating, active, wales,

Looking After Picture your favourite beach or walk, or the places you go in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park to have fun or just to relax. And then imagine they weren’t there any more or just weren’t as special. looking, after, conservation, jobslanning, agriculture, sustainable, development,

Maintaining the Pembrokeshire Coast Path Pembrokeshire is unique in having such a special coastline that both a National Park and a National Trail have been created here. maintaining, working, wardens, rangers, maintenance, repair, vegetation, cutting, gates, stiles,

Outdoor safety advice In the event of bad weather conditions, please check tide times before visiting beaches, take special care if using the Coast Path and try to choose more sheltered routes. walking, advice, extreme, safety, weather, storm, damage, cliff, falls,

Parking at Oriel y Parc Car parking charges at Oriel y Parc Gallery and Visitor Centre St Davids. charges, seasons, times, oriel, davids, electric, hybrid, charging,

Parking Standards SPG Parking SPG for developments development,

Pembrokeshire English Pembrokeshire English. While new settlers colonised South Pembrokeshire, plying their trades, setting up towns and villages and enclosing fields, the native Welsh remained in the north, beyond a ‘frontier’, labelled the ‘Landsker Line’ in the early 20th century. english, landsker, line, south, dialect, flemish, norman, anglo, vikings,

Pembrokeshire Walking Groups Directory Do you organise walks for people in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park? If so, the National Park Authority wants to include you in a new online directory of local walking groups. walking, directory, hike, group, community, guided, local,

Planning Your Walk This page gives an overview for those considering walking the whole Coast Path, to plan walks in specific stretches or to look at route planning in more detail look at the National Trail site long, distance, walking, whole, path, walkingrail,

Search Walks Search Walks search, walks, walking, easy, short, wheelchair, stroll,

Take the Coast Path Challenge Walk the entire Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail at your own pace and in your own time, and you can claim a free certificate. path, challenge, certificate, walkingrail, trek, hike, mileage, chart,

Visiting Carew Castle & Tidal Mill What you can see at Carew Castle & Tidal Mill carew, castle, tidal, mill, what's, here, wildlife, accessibility, tours, toilets, disabled,

Voluntary Wardens The National Park Authority receives invaluable support from a group of around 70 National Park Authority Voluntary Wardens, who regularly provide support for activities and events, as well as taking part in a programme of practical tasks. voluntary, wardens, volunteering, conservation, free, support, ranger, guide, leader, activity, walking,

Walkability Project The Walkability Project is set up to support people of all abilities who live in Pembrokeshire, to enjoy the spectacular countryside & coast around them. walkability, walking, easy, access, disabled, wheelchair,

Walking in the Park With over 950 km of public footpaths, and bridleways, walking is an ideal way to discover the spectacular scenery, abundant wildlife and fascinating history of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. What more excuses do you need to get out there and explore?! Have a look at the Coast Path picture gallery below to find out what you’re missing by staying at home! with, over, public, footpaths, bridleways, walking, ideal, discover, specta,

Walking your dog in the countryside When walking your dog in the countryside of the National Park, you will often be passing through privately owned farmland and wildlife habitats. All we ask is that you and your dog are responsible visitors: walking, your, dogog, walking, dogs, walking,