Plan your Pembrokeshire staycation with Coast to Coast
Pembrokeshire’s visitors and residents can discover how to make the most of the National Park this season by taking inspiration from the Park Authority’s information-packed newspaper Coast to Coast.
The must-read paper, which is distributed across the county, is full of information about where to go to discover Pembrokeshire’s coastline, beaches and historic sites, as well as promoting self-discovery and wellbeing.
Helping locals and visitors make the most of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park from spring through to early autumn, Coast to Coast has been produced by the Park Authority for 39 years and features galleries, arts and crafts, watersports, gardens and boat trips.
Speaking of the publication, the Authority’s Chief Executive Tegryn Jones said:
“Coast to Coast is a fantastic introduction to the National Park and surrounding area and includes features on staying safe on beaches and how to best take care while enjoying this wonderful resource, including our sites at Carew Castle, Castell Henllys and Oriel y Parc Visitor Centre.
“Coast to Coast will be distributed wherever possible to outlets who are able to operate during the current restrictions. However, it is also available as a full digital version, including a map and six-month tide table, at www.pembrokeshirecoast.wales/coasttocoast, allowing people to plan their visits online before travelling to Pembrokeshire.
“We’re asking all of our visitors to plan ahead wherever possible this season as we’re anticipating a very busy summer in Pembrokeshire. This year’s edition also includes useful safety information as well as a fantastic feature on being a responsible visitor and treading lightly in the National Park.
“It also includes the Authority’s activities and events programme which offers a unique opportunity to discover the heritage, wildlife, countryside and coastline of the National Park.”
Here’s how you can find a copy of Coast to Coast:
Read Coast to Coast 2021
Browse the online version in English or Welsh on by visiting our Coast to Coast page.
The latest information on Coronavirus including advice from the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority on car parks and the Coast Path.