A real find is the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park on the coast of Wales.

The park has been around since 1952 and has a total area of 620 km ² which is divided into four sections. To the southern part, to which also belongs the Caldey Island. Other parts are the area around the Daugleddau, east of Haverfordwest and Neyland, and the western part of the county with the St. Brides Bay and the islands, such as Skomer. The last section of the national park are the Preseli Hills in North Pembrokeshire. He is the only national park in the United Kingdom, which is located mainly on the coast. He is known for large breeding colonies of many species of seabirds. (inter alia gannets, puffins Storm
The coast has a varied landscape. Offshore islands, rugged cliffs, wild hills with wildflowers vegetation, wooded estuaries, inland waterways and peaceful, beautiful secluded beaches.
The protected waters of Milford Haven Waterway and the open ocean are suitable for many water sports.
The coastal ports of Tenby, Saundersfoot, Solva and Fishguardall have their own special charm and character. They are worth seeing. Enjoy a yacht vacation, rent a berth on an exclusive yacht and discover it this incomparably beautiful sailing area.

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