Pembrokeshire Coast

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The Pembrokeshire Peninsula abounds in megaliths and dolmens, such as the cromlech of Pentre Ifan. Christianity has also left its mark as can be seen inside St David's Cathedral (12C-13C) and Pembroke Castle. In 1952 the coastline was designated a National Park; it is the smallest National Park but also that with the most coastal scenery. It boasts a wonderful variety of beaches, some delightful seaside towns, such as Tenby, and a cliffline that is often as spectacular as Stacks Rocks.

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Cathedral
Cathedral
This is the largest church in Wales. It
30 minutes
Bishop's Palace
Bishop's Palace
The palace as it is seen today was
St Non's Chapel
St Non's Chapel
Just to the south of the town, you will
15 minutes
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