The captivating Pembrokeshire Coast National Park

Posted by Dominic Lee on

This week we’re celebrating the Pembrokeshire Coast which was designated the fifth UK National Park in 1952 🌊

Described as ‘gwlad hud a lledrith’ this land of mystery and enchantment is the UK’s only national park predominantly located on the coast.

With over 260 miles of coastline to explore and marine wildlife such as gannets, seals, peregrine falcon and even the odd basking shark to marvel at, this internationally recognised area of conservation really is a national treasure ✨


Photo credit: Dan Morris -

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