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PEMBROKESHIRE COAST NATIONAL PARK

The National Park is 612 square kilometres in area and stretches from St. Dogmaels on the Ceredigion border in the north to Amroth in the south. It includes much of the Cleddau Waterway, an estuary and river system that flows from the Preseli Hills in the north of Pembrokeshire to the coast beyond Milford Haven. Although predominantly coast, the Park also includes much of the Preseli Hills. For more facts and figures look at this web page here FAQ ABOUT THE PARK


The Park is a unique environment made up of many things - wildlife, habitats, farming, history, tourism, business and local communities. The role of the National Park Authority is to work to achieve a happy balance for all those with an interest in the Park.

It’s worth remembering that the land in the National Parks is not in public ownership. Most of the land is privately owned. In fact without the foreshore lease, the National Park owns just 5.37 sq km of land - just under 1% of the area of the National Park.

The Pembrokeshire National Park Authority is made up of many different parts such Recreation, Education, Planning and Conservation,


For issues such as planning refer to the main PCNPA website here NATIONAL PARK


For information about activities, maps, walks etc the best website is called ENJOY PEMBROKESHIRE though much material is on both sites.


A really useful summary page covering activities, maps and weather in the National Park can be found here NATIONAL PARK SUMMARY