COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

Due to the impact of Covid-19 (Coronavirus), the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority has closed its headquarters, visitor attractions (Carew Castle, Castell Henllys and Oriel y Parc), its car parks and sections of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path until further notice. All meetings and events are cancelled until further notice. If you have any queries please call 01646 624800 or email info@pembrokeshirecoast.org.uk

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The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park's Geography

Come and explore the stunning geography of the Pembrokeshire Coast, which after all is the reason for Pembrokeshire being designated as a National Park.  

When the National Park was established in 1952 it was to protect an outstanding and beautiful landscape. Unspoiled sandy beaches, spectacular coastal scenery, wooded slopes of the 'secret' Cleddau waterway, and the mystery of the Preseli Hills, are just some of the gems in the Pembrokeshire crown.


View from Penberi towards St David's Head.

Whether you’re a teacher, student, or just simply curious, there’s likely to be something here for you too, like: