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Guillemots and Razorbills A brief look at auks in Pembrokeshire razorbill, guillemot, cliffs, seabirds, skomer, stack, rocks,

Land of Legends: St Govan's Chapel Tucked in to the cliffs on the Castlemartin Range, St Govans chapel is a great place to explore. St Govan is said to have had at least two close encounters with pirates – you can still see the evidence today. govan's, chapel, gawain, pirates, chapel, rocks, line, saint, miracle,

The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park's Geology When you think about the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park you may conjure up images of beautiful beaches, panoramic views from the Coast Path and quaint fishing villages complete with cosy local pubs. You won’t necessarily be thinking about what the cliffs are made of or what’s beneath your feet. However, believe it or not, the very stones that make up the foundations of the Park are in fact one of the main reasons we were designated as a National Park in the first place. geologyock, types, precambrian, carboniferous, volcanic,

Wildlife Explore the amazing wildlife that makes its home on the Pembrokeshire Coast - not forgetting the exciting array of seasonal wildlifewhich also loves to visit Pembrokeshire year after year. explore, wildlifeeals, bats, crabs, pond, dipping, rock, pooling, birds,