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The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park treats you to one of the most spectacular coastlines in all of Europe surrounded by Celtic and Arthurian legends. Exquisite areas of the sea are revealed along the routes along with fishing harbors, incredible cliffs that are attacked by the waves of the Atlantic and plenty of beaches to stop and cool off with a swim. Visit the beaches known for surfing like Whitesands and Newgale, Carreg Samson pre-historic cromlech, the medieval cathedral village of St. David’s, and the wild seascape of Strumble Head.

With beautiful accommodation available to stay in such as Celtic Haven’s luxury Tenby accommodation, the beautiful grounds and gardens in the area make it not only an incredible place for cycling but also for taking long walks where you can soak up the sun and get in touch with the nature all around you. Boat trips are also available or you could just lay on the beach and soak up the rays than going to the grocery store in your car and buying it all.

Pembrokeshire is one of the most diverse parts of all of Wales. If you are looking for someplace to get back in touch with nature, Pembrokeshire is a great place to plan your vacation. You will find rocky shorelines and beautiful beaches, small markets and grassy fields, ancient monuments and modern architecture all waiting for you to discover. Many have found that the best way to explore this enchanting part of West Wales is by bicycle.

There are over twenty established routes for riders to visit depending on what they would like to see and explore and depending on their cycling abilities. Some routes are coastal and others are based inland but all of them show you natural heritage and beauty that the area has to offer.

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