'Croeso I Sir Benfro!' Pembrokeshire Coast in south west Wales is a dramatic sight. With nearly 200 miles of soaring cliffs and 13 blue flag sandy beaches and solitude not often found in Devon and Cornwall. The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park
is easily accessible from the end of the M4 and stretches from Tenby to Milford Haven, round St Brides Bay and Whitesands Bay to the smallest city in the UK, St Davids, continuing to Strumble Head and Fishguard and finishing in Cardigan.
Offshore the Pembrokeshire Islands can be visited by boat. Caldey Island is famous for its Cistercian abbey. Skomer, the largest island, is an internationally important nature reserve for its seabirds including; guillemots, kittiwakes, puffins and razorbills amongst some of the best wild flower displays in the west. Ramsey Island faces St Davids across the swellies of Ramsey Sound, a scenic island and a prime Pembrokeshire spot for watching grey seals and porpoises. For a different type of holiday why not try renting a cottage in The Brecon Beacons.