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Pembrokeshire is home to stunning coastline of clean and beautiful beaches, making it a perfect holiday destination. Most beaches are Blue Flag certified for its high quality standards for cleanliness of water and the environment. Listed on Lonely Planet's ‘Ultimate United Kingdom Travelist’ , Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is a unique attraction in this town. It is the only national park that is situated along the Pembrokeshire coast. This park has numerous sandy beaches and beautiful landscapes including a designated national trail, the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. Aside from the stunning coastal scenery, this path will lead you to some historical landmarks, small towns and picturesque villages.

Tenby is one of the major draw for tourist. Its picturesque seaside location made the locals call it as the prettiest seaside town in Wales. This charming village with Victorian houses in pastel colors is such a beautiful sight. Tenby is also home to the oldest independent museum in Wales, the Tenby Museum and Art Gallery featuring the town's history and cultural heritage through art exhibit.

Featured in numerous movie films, Pembroke Castle is strategically built surrounded by water to limit the access of assault forces. Today with its remarkable 75 ft tall, this is a perfect spot for a stunning view of the surrounding countryside.

Saundersfoot just like Tenby is a popular holiday destination in Pembrokeshire. It boasts some of the Blue flag beaches in town making it a hotspot for numerous watersports, boating and fishing trips.