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Pembrokeshire is renowned for its coastline of sandy beaches, undisturbed headlands, secret coves and colourful fishing villages - all of which lie within Britain's only coastal national park.
The award-winning coastal path has been recognised by numerous publications, including National Geographic, The Times and The Guardian. Traeth Llyfn Beach (pictured) is a twelve-minute walk from the cottages.
Just a twelve-minute walk away is the captivating coastal village of Porthgain. It boasts a historic harbour that once thrived as an industrial port. The village offers galleries and scenic walks. The renowned 'Sloop Inn' and 'The Shed' Bistro are known for their fresh seafood. With its history, art scene, and delightful dining options, Porthgain will be a must-visit gem during your stay.
A 15-minute walk will take you to Abereiddy Beach and the Blue Lagoon, a former slate quarry. Created by flooding from the sea after slate quarrying ceased, it offers vibrant hues due to minerals and sunlight. Popular for swimming, cliff diving, and snorkelling, it boasts dramatic cliffs, coastal views, and event hosting, like the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series.
Pembrokeshire offers a diverse array of wildlife across its coastal and inland landscapes. From the vibrant seabird colonies and grey seals along its rocky shores to the sightings of dolphins and porpoises in its coastal waters, Pembrokeshire's marine life is captivating. In the skies above, red kites soar gracefully, while peregrine falcons add an aura of elegance to the cliffs, making for a captivating sight.
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