West Wales

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Coastline - Pembrokeshire, Wales

Green_Bridge_Last_Light

The last rays of sunlight on a winter’s afternoon illuminate the rocky face of the ‘Green Bridge’ natural sea arch in Pembrokeshire, Wales

St Govan's Chapel, Pemrokeshire, Wales.  Curious hermitage on the coast.  Visit when you stay at www.the-oldswaninn.co.uk

OLD SWAN INN Holiday Cottage

St Govan's Chapel, Pemrokeshire, Wales. Curious hermitage on the coast. Visit when you stay at www.the-oldswaninn.co.uk

Holidays in Pembrokeshire - Hotels, Accommodation & Things To Do

Visit Pembrokeshire - the official travel guide. Explore our National Park & Coast Path. Discover adventures & activities, things to do, places to stay.

Barafundle Bay Beach--Pembrokeshire, Wales (15 min from Manorbier)

Barafundle Beach (Stackpole) - 2021 All You Need to Know BEFORE You Go (with Photos) - Tripadvisor

Barafundle Beach, Stackpole: See 811 reviews, articles, and 431 photos of Barafundle Beach, ranked No.1 on TripAdvisor among 4 attractions in Stackpole.

Tenby, Pembrokeshire, Wales- can't wait for summer so I can be back in my most favourite place on earth.

house for sale in Bridge Street, Tenby, Pembrokeshire, SA70 - HFD120177 | Knight Frank

This 5 bedroom house in Tenby, Pembrokeshire, SA70 is now on the market. Contact us today to arrange a viewing.

Solva St Brides Bay Pembrokeshire Wales

Photolibrary Wales

The Photolibrary Wales, based near Cardiff was established in 2000, by Steve and Kate Benbow. It had the largest collection of images of Wales - 61,121 images, 324 photographers. The content is from the sites 2008 archived pages sans any images.

The Heart of Wales Line: "This is an absolutely delightful rural ramble across the real Wales, with broad valleys of towns and villages, plus some dramatic mountain scenery. There used to be rural railways all over the place, mostly gone, so this 121-mile line is a rare survivor and worth savouring." Britain from the Rails; www.bradtguides.com

The Heart of Wales Line: "This is an absolutely delightful rural ramble across the real Wales, with broad valleys of towns and villages, plus some dramatic mountain scenery. There used to be rural railways all over the place, mostly gone, so this 121-mile line is a rare survivor and worth savouring." Britain from the Rails; www.bradtguides.com

PEMBROKE CASTLE, Pembrokeshire, Wales. www.pembroke-castle.co.uk  An enjoyable visit will be had by all the family. Really interesting and interactive. You can buy tickets online.  Visit when you stay at www.the-oldswaninn.co.uk

Stunning medieval castle in Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, West Wales

Idyllically set on the banks of the river estuary, this mighty fortress is largely intact, and its endless passages, tunnels and stairways are great fun to explore, plus there are super exhibitions, which tell the tale of its medieval life. Once the seat of a succession of major barons who played

Llansteffan Beach, Carmarthenshire, West Wales by discover carmarthenshire, via Flickr

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Llansteffan’s imposing 12th century Norman castle keeps a close watch over this beautiful setting which looks across the Tywi estuary to the pretty village of Ferryside. The village was once a fashionable holiday destination for Victorian and Edwardian folk from the towns and why not venture down the steep slope from the castle, step over crunchy spent cockle shells and onto the secluded sandy beach of Scott’s Bay. Walkers can ramble the Cliffside or riverside banks to the left and right of…

Llyn y Fan Fach, Carmarthenshire

Your Pictures: Photos from Wales

Your digital photos from around Wales