The Pembrokeshire Coast

The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path is 186 miles of  breath taking scenery, amazing wildlife and beautiful beaches. During our recent holiday to Pembrokeshire we took a number of walks from various points along the trail. Here’s a handful of photos that I took in this stunning area…

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The blue waters around The Needle, Dinas Head
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The church ruins at Cwm-yr-Eglwys
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Looking out over Marloes Sands
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The harbour at Porth Clais
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Lower Fishguard
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The Arch near Porth Clais
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Obligatory foot photo

Have you been to Pembrokeshire? Do you have a favourite bit of coast line? Let me know what you think…😀

Read my post about the Perfect Summer’s Day in Pembrokeshire

17 comments

  1. One of my good friends lives in Pembrokeshire and I had the pleasure of catering a wedding there a few weeks back. It’s an absolutely stunning place, even the long drive from Manchester wasn’t a drag with all the beautiful scenery on offer!

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  2. Wow, stunning pictures! I can’t actually remember ever having visited, but I hear such good things from people who are firm fans. I do love an autumn break in the UK. You’ve reminded me to put Pembrokeshire into the possibles list!

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