St. Brides Bay Heritage Coast

Description:
The heritage coast runs for 5 miles along the open shore of St. Brides Bay, between the headlands of St. David's and Marloes. The actual village of St. Bride's is nowhere near the heritage coast - in fact it is encompassed by the More ...

Pembrokeshire Coast Path
The 186 mile path follows the heritage coast and takes in the entire length of the Pembrokeshire National Park. The walking is superb, the scenery breathtaking, as the path climbs along cliffs and beside sandy bays. Thankfully, this trail is more sparsely traveled than most other long-distance paths in Britain. More ...

Marloes and Dale Heritage Coast
The cliffs along the heritage coast are generally rugged, but there is a good sandy beach at Marloes Sands. The Sands are a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) due to the steep cliffs of Silurian rocks that fringe the beach. The heritage coast includes Skomer Island, a nature reserve famous for its large puffin population and bird breeding areas. More ...

Attractions in South Wales

Maps:
OS Landranger series #157

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Contacts
Haverfordwest & St. Brides Bay Tourist Association
Haven Court Little Haven
Haverfordwest SA62 3UN

Pembroke Tourist Information Centre
The Commons Road Pembroke
Tel: 01646 622388

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park,
Winch Lane,
Haverfordwest, SA61 1PY
Tel:01437 764636
Fax:01437 769045 email web site

Ramblers Association in Wales
Pantwood Pant Lane Marford
Wrexham, Clwyd LL12 8SG
Tel: (+44-1978) 855148

Tourism South Wales
Pembroke House Charter Court,
Phoenix Way Enterprise Park
Swansea, West Glamorgan SA7 9DB
Tel: (+44-1792) 781212
Fax: (+44-1792) 781300<

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