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Pembrokeshire's Islands Pembrokeshire's offshore islands are a highlight of any visit to the National Park. Each one has its own special character and unique landscape, where wildlife flourishes and time stands still. islands, caldey, ramsey, skomer, skokholm,

Places to visit on the St Davids Peninsula Places to visit on the St Davids Peninsula. St Davids Head Out of the city boundaries at St Davids Head you can experience a rich variety of wildlife habitats on the cliffs and surrounding waters. Look out for choughs and skylarks on the grassy slopes and gannets and porpoise out to sea. Visit the Iron Age Fort on St David's Head or explore the Neolithic burial chamber, Coetan Arthur. davids, headath, ramsey, island, whitesands, carn, llidi,

Ramsey Island Facing the St Davids peninsula across the rushing waters of Ramsey Sound, this is a scenically spectacular island and probably Pembrokeshire’s best site for watching grey seals and porpoises. davids, peninsula, ramsey, sound, island, justinian, celtic, shuttle,

Ramsey Power Project SDF funds helped the RSPB to install renewable energy technologies on its Ramsey Island Reserve. ramsey, wind, turbine, photovoltaic, panels, solar,

Volcanic History of the Pembrokeshire Coast Volcanic History of Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. volcanoesramsey, island, carn, llundaintrumble, head,