Highlights: Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, St David’s, Pembroke, Cardigan, Cenarth, Tenby, Pendine, Laugharne
Fishguard enjoys a wonderful position overlooking tranquil Fishguard Bay, and is the natural gateway to the spectacular Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. It was also the last place in Britain to be invaded in the late 18th century, as well as the scene of the film version of Dylan Thomas’s famous ‘Under Milk Wood’ starring Richard Burton. Divided into an upper and lower town it still has a thriving centre and bustling port, and is the perfect base to explore the beautiful region often referred to as ‘Little England beyond Wales’.
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