Pembrokeshire Coast National Park
What to see:
Carew Castle: a 14th century castle in a beautiful setting near Milford Haven, where you can also see a restored tidal mill.
Bosherton: famous for its freshwater pools, home to lilies which bloom in June.
Pembrokeshire Coast Path: 167 miles from St Dogmael's to Amroth. Blessed with spectacular coastal scenery.
St David's: Cathedral of the patron saint of Wales. Famous for its sloping floor, quite apart from the lovely architecture.
(Scale: 4cm = 1 km / 1: 25000) - best for walking
EX036 South Pembrokeshire
EX035 North Pembrokeshire
(Scale: 2cm = 1km / 1: 50000)
LR157 ST DAVIDS & HAVERFORD
LR145 CARDIGAN & MYNYDD PRESELI
Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority
Tel: 0845 345 7275
Fax: (01646) 689076