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In Amroth there are signs of the Motte and Bailey Castle, dating back to the 11th Century.


Tenby grew in status under the Normans, who built the headland castle


Voted one of the most Romantic Locations in Wales by National Geographic


Those who can’t make the full distance to Angle in a single day will spend two days here. 

St. Govan's Chapel

One of the most stunning locations on the whole Welsh Coast Path


Angle serves walkers well with two pubs and a well-stocked shop good for a packed lunch.


Pembroke Castle is one of the largest Castles in Britain, let alone Wales.

Milford Haven

Milford Haven was founded by Sir William Hamilton who had plans for a deep-water port. 


Dale grew through the 18th Century, producing and shipping beer, limestone and coal


Marloes' name is derived from its Welsh name Moel Ros (which means bare moor).

Broad Haven & Little Haven

To the Welsh,  the villages are known simply as The Havens


Arguably the most beautiful and the most unusual harbour in Pembrokeshire.

St. Davids

The largest Cathedral in Wales, set within the smallest “city” in the UK.


Watch the sun go down at the old ruined mill that sits in the cove below the village.

Goodwick & Fishguard

Goodwick or Fishguard are separated by little more than a mile.


Newport has the remains of a stout Norman Castle sitting next to the 12th century church

St. Dogmaels

St Dogmaels is the village at the very end of Pembrokeshire itself.

Tenby on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path

Overnight Stops On The Pembrokeshire

Coast Path, Full Route.

Overnight Stops On The Pembrokeshire

Coast Path, Full Route.

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