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The National Park Authority administers Sustainable Development Fund grants in Pembrokeshire. To read summary details of the projects supported by the fund, choose a project title from the list below.


Guide to Sustainable Tourism in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park

SDF funding will help to support production of a dedicated section on ‘Sustainable Tourism in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park’ on the website The feature will provide comprehensive information on community-led tourism and how travellers can holiday in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park (PCNP) in a way that has a low impact on the environment and a positive impact on the local economy and livelihoods of local people. The guide will include sections on Transport, Where to stay, Eating out, Visitor Attractions and Activities to achieve the following outcomes: •To promote the appreciation of the great outdoors, healthy living & sustainability to both residents and visitors •To promote green minded accommodation, low impact activities and community-based tourism in the PCNP •To promote access to the PCNP by public transport •To promote awareness and understanding of biodiversity The guide will showcase online the best sustainable travel and tourism choices in the PCNP, as endorsed by, which is regarded as a leading portal for sustainable experiences in the UK. The project will specifically target new audiences as Greentraveller is engaging with mainstream holidaymakers to show them that choosing sustainable experiences provide added value. The Guide will not only market the Park to boost numbers of visitors and overnight stays, but also show how both visitors and locals can visit and enjoy the Park in a more responsible way.

Project Total Cost: £7,500.00

Grant Awarded: £3,250.00