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Pembrokeshire Coast National Park

The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park boasts some of the most spectacular scenery and diverse wildlife in Britain including internationally important nature reserves, geology and archaeology.

One of the National Park Authority’s duties is to conserve and enhance the natural features of the landscape, as well as the cultural heritage of the Park.

Flimston Bay - Pembrokeshire Coast National Park

The Park section of our website explains more about what you will find in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, what makes it so special and how the Authority works to conserve it. This includes information on wildlife, geology, archaeology, economics, culture and the past.

The map below outlines the National Park area, the main roads and settlements in Pembrokeshire, together with some of the most popular attractions within the Park. If you wish to purchase Ordnance Survey maps please visit the publications page.

Map of Pembrokeshire Coast National Park
Please click on the map to open a larger version.