5 Reasons Why You Should Visit Pembrokeshire

There are many hot spots throughout the UK and none more so than in Wales. This article is going to focus on West Wales, more specifically Pembrokeshire, and why you should visit it. The county is a region in the south west of Wales bordering with Carmarthenshire to the east.

This place really is a thing of beauty. There are many things to do here. Boasting over 50 beaches, such as Poppit sands, Mwnt and Tresaith all with amazing sandy shores and spectacular views.

Here are 5 reasons why we think you should visit Pembrokshire.

#1 The Blue Lagoon

Blue Lagoon

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This is like middle earth and Narnia all wrapped into one. Incredible sight.

#2 St Govens Chapel

St Govens Chapel

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Dating back to the 14th century St Govens Chapel is a must for any visitor. The views from here are something else!

#3 Elegug Stacks

elegug stacks

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Not unlike the Needles from the Isle of Wight these rocks were once part of the mainland. Amazing scenery. Hold on to your hats up here though!

#4 Tenby

tenby wales

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Maybe it is a bit of retail therapy you are after? Then you could do a lot worse that paying a visit to the wonderful and colourful town of Tenby. You will get lost here and love it.

#5 Valley View Cottages

Ok so clearly we are a little bias, but in order to see these great places you need a place to stay right? We would love to have you! We have been on many walks and adventures around the area so can advise you on routes and other places to visit!

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