Pembrokeshire Coast National Park

The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is the only one of Britain’s 15 National Parks to be almost entirely coastal in nature. Covering a third of Pembrokeshire including the Preseli Mountains and the upper reaches of the Daugleddau Estuary. The Park has a varied landscape of rugged cliffs, sandy beaches, wooded estuaries and wild inland hills, covering a total area of 629 km² (240 square miles).

It falls into four distinct sections. Running clockwise around the coast, these are the south Pembrokeshire coast, including Caldey Island; the Daugleddau estuary;  the St Bride’s Bay coast, including the coastal islands & the Preseli Hills. However, not all of the park is coastal, & there are even forests and marshes on the edges.

My National Parks has the largest and most up-to-date listings for Pembrokeshire Coast national park, we have:  Accommodation, attractions, holidays, events, pub guides, restaurants, hotels, festivals and extensive tourist information. We have in-depth resources for all Pembrokeshire Coast activities inc: mountain biking, cycling, walking, hiking, climbing, sailing, coasteering, general outdoor activity centres, and horse riding.

Also have a look at our Pembrokeshire Coast, maps and guides sections, history, geography + weather pages.

Tourist Activities and Attractions Pembrokeshire Coast: Castles, museums, nature, wildlife, farms, historic sites, arts and crafts, visitor centres, gardens and parks, country houses and estates, industrial heritage.

Pembroksehire Coast Holidays and Accommodation: Hotels, bed and breakfasts, camping and caravan sites, self catering, hostels, holiday cottages, holidays, weekend breaks, inns, activity and adventure holidays.

Eating and Drinking in the Pembrokeshire Coast: Traditional country pubs and inns, local restaurants, tea rooms, coffee shops cafes and local food shops.

Pembroksehire Coast Festivals and Events: Regular or one off celebrations in the Pembrokeshire Coast region, village fetes, historic & traditional events, seasonal festivities, sporting and charity activities and events.

Families and kids Activities in the Pembrokeshire Coast area: Child + family friendly activities, attractions, playgrounds and events.

Pembroksehire Coast Tourist Information Centres : When you are already on the ground and you need to know more drop in and ask the friendly local Pembrokeshire Coast experts.

Outdoor Activity Centres in the Pembroksehire Coast: activity centres offering multiple + varied adventure activities, inc water sports.

Pembroksehire Coast Outdoor Activities Guide : Walking, hiking, mountain biking, waters ports, sailing and horse riding.

Indoor Leisure Activities in the Pembroksehire Coast: cinemas, leisure centres and bowling alleys in the national park.

Pembroksehire Coast Maps and Guides: Ordinance Survey OS maps, AA guides, classic Pembrokeshire guidebooks,
digital map resources.

Landmarks and Highlights: Well known towns, views, trails, cliffs, beaches, waterfalls and walks that make the Pembroksehire Coast famous.

Transport to the Pembroksehire Coast. Getting there: coaches, railways, flights, roads and ferries.

Transport in and around the Pembroksehire Coast. Getting about once your there; trains, buses, roads, boats, bikes
and car parks.

History Geology and Geography: Learn more about the past of the Pembroksehire Coast, how it has been shaped by geo-logical forces, human behaviour, industrial development, its history as a national park & general facts & figures.

Weather and Climate: History of weather patterns, sunshine, temperature and rainfall averages. Sources for long and short time Pembrokeshire Coast weather forecasts and predictions.