The Pembrokeshire National Park runs a program of activities and events both for kids and adults like: crab catching, rockpool safaris, bat walks and more.
Other reasons why Pembrokeshire Park is worth exploring:
It is known for its breathtaking location and extraordinary animals and birds. The coastal path that runs from St. Dogmaels in the North to Amroth in South is the longest and the most astounding walk, with a distance of over 180 miles. It is along cliff tops so the view is always stunning.
Towns and villages are to be found in Pembrokeshire Park filled with historical remains and folklore. This antiquated part of Britain attracts visitors every year.
Some of the oldest rocks dating back to the Pre-Cambrian period, around 600 million years ago, are to be found around the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
Castles and Cathedrals
The tiny historic City of St. Davids is located within Pembrokeshire National Park, which is a shrine for visiting Pilgrims thousand years before. Now, visitors come to St. Davids to explore the magnificent Cathedral and ruined Bishop’s palace. Carew Castle can also be found at the South of Pembrokeshire, with a spanning history of 2000 years.
Visiting Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is a definite unforgettable experience for the whole family. The breathtaking views and historical places will keep you coming back for more.