Pembrokeshire enjoys a real variety of spectacular native wildlife. As well as attracting tourists from all corners of the globe, Pembrokeshire also succeeds in attracting a real A-list of celebrity wildlife to our coastline, including whales and sharks!
Many species of wildlife travel to the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park from far-flung places like the Caribbean, and even the Antarctic, each year for very particular reasons.
These seasonal creatures are drawn here by their survival instinct rather than for purely recreational or social reasons (like us humans); for just a few weeks or months every year Pembrokeshire offers certain species just what they need in terms of food and shelter.
From Far and Wide, By sea and by air
Many of these creatures travel incredible distances through the sea to reach our shoreline; they include seals, basking sharks, turtles, whales, dolphins and fish like sunfish, jellyfish and tope (a member of the shark family).
Species of birds, such as the swallow and swift however are masters of the air and often travel thousands of miles to get to the Pembrokeshire Coast.
Learn more about seasonal visitors to the Pembrokeshire Coast
While it is possible to visit one of Pembrokeshire’s seabird colonies to see the spectacle of puffins, guillemots and razorbills, it is less easy to...
Seasonal Sea birds
A visit to a sea bird colony is a true assault on the senses; the movement, sounds and smells of thousands of birds filling the air and the cliff ledg...
About the National Park
Facts and Figures
Find out some fascinating facts that highlight what makes the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park so special.
Culture and Heritage
Pembrokeshire has a rich and diverse culture which has been shaped down the centuries by waves of invaders and settlers.
When you think about the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park you may conjure up images of beautiful beaches, panoramic views from the Coast Path and qua...
Find out how the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority tackles the issues of sustainability, climate change and sea level rise.
The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park has many habitats which support a wide variety of wildlife; both common and rare.
Explore the stunning geography of the Pembrokeshire Coast, which after all is the reason for Pembrokeshire being designated as a National Park.
The historic environment is part of what makes the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park such a special place. People have lived and worked in the park fo...
In this section we invite you to travel back in time and explore the rich cultural history of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.