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St Davids, Pembroke, Laugharne, Pembrokeshire Coast, St Govans, Carew, Gower, Cardigan and Cenarth.
A tour that takes in some of the fabulous highlights of Pembrokeshire, St Davids, Pembroke and stunning countryside and coastal views.
The fabulous Gower Peninsular was created Britain’s first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in 1956. Discover glorious Bracelet Bay, South Gower with its gentle rolling hills, through commons, woodland, valleys, past sandy beaches, castles and mediaeval churches to the picturesque village of Rhossili with stunning beach views and dramatic Worms Head.
Cardigan and Cenarth
Two wonderful locations on the beautiful Teifi river. Cardigan is a historic bustling market town, with lots of colourful shops, local produce and crafts and boasting an unusual and dramatic castle. Just a few miles up stream you arrive at the relaxing picturesque village of Cenarth based around the fabulous and famous waterfall, historic mill and an interesting, fun visit can be arranged at the unique National Coracle Centre. A few miles away is the National Wool Museum, part of the National Museum Wales.
Picton Castle and Colby Woodland garden
Two of Pembrokeshire’s stunning gardens, including some panoramic views of the county. Picton includes 40 acres of some of the most beautiful gardens and grounds in West Wales and surrounds one of Pembrokeshire’s finest stately home. Colby Woodland Garden is set in a tranquil secret valley with a rich industrial past. Highlights are the shady woodland walks, the wildflower meadow and colourful walled garden.