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Pembrokesh­ire Coast 200


Distance 200 miles Duration Three to seven days Start – finish Amroth – St Dogmaels Best time to visit June to September caravanclo­­irecoastro­adtrip

Devised by the team at Caravanclo­ud, this communityc­entred road trip was launched in 2021, to highlight the best of one of the most beautiful stretches of Welsh coastline.

With this route, they have created a three-day itinerary which you can download from their website.

For ease of use, the route is divided into three sections.

Amroth to Dale

The first and longest section of the Pembrokesh­ire Coast 200 is packed with gorgeous beaches and vibrant seaside resorts, strung together with coastal roads that offer you some breathtaki­ng views.

Immerse yourself in the colour and culture of Tenby, or explore the gems, such as Stackpole or Freshwater West.

Marloes to St Davids

A paradise for keen walkers and surfers, this stretch of coastline reveals endless beaches and the glorious hiking trails of the Pembrokesh­ire Coast Path.

For wildlife enthusiast­s, the famous islands of Skomer and Skokholm are simply teeming with birds.

Abereiddy to St Dogmaels

After the hustle and bustle of visiting popular spots such as St Davids and Broadhaven, it’s time to enjoy a change of pace in North Pembrokesh­ire.

The area is rich with heritage, including the Blue Lagoon in Abereiddy and the prehistori­c sites of Carreg Coetan and Gorsedd Stone Circle.

As the route winds up the coast, do stop at some of the beaches tucked away along the Pembrokesh­ire Coast Path.

Stay at…

• Trevayne Farm trevaynefa­

• Gwaun Vale Caravan Park DID YOU KNOW? If you’re heading to Wales for a beach break, nowhere in the Pembrokesh­ire Coast National Park is more than 10 miles from the sea!

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