Discover some of the legendary tales that have links with Pembrokeshire
They tell of huge capstones lifted into place by fairies, enormous boulders hurled down the mountainside by giants; of a fearsome lake monster and a bleeding yew tree.
This series of short films and audio clips by Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority brings these and other stories to life, linking them to the landscape as part of a partnership project funded by Visit Wales for the Year of Legends 2017.
See the list below to find out more about the legendary links to that location.
St Govan's Chapel
Tucked into the cliffs on the Castlemartin Range, St Govan’s Chapel is a great place to explore.
Once a home to lords and ladies, princesses and warriors, Carew is now home to ghost stories and rare bats.
St Davids, the smallest city in Britain, and birthplace of the patron saint of Wales, has the perfect mix of history, culture, coast and countryside.
Milford Haven Waterway
Explore the secret waterways of the Daugleddau Estuary, wooded valleys and rugged Preseli Hills.
Enjoy the spectacular views from up on the common and decide why you think this standing stone was placed here.
Burial chambers, ancient woodland and stone cairns make this area of North Pembrokeshire a place of myth and mystery.
Burial chambers, ancient woodland and stone cairns make this area of north Pembrokeshire a place of myth and mystery.
Step back in time and experience life in the Iron Age. Many myths and legends would have been told around the fire in hill forts such as this.
Newport and Carn Ingli
Explore the bustling little town of Newport, or venture up on to Carn Ingli, sometimes called the mountain of angels.
Now a tranquil village nestled within the National Park, Nevern’s Medieval past lives on through the legends relating to the castle and the church.