Natural Wonder in Wales
Pull into one of the deepest natural harbors in the world at Milford Haven and be greeted by the dulcet sounds of a Welsh harp. At the edge of Britain’s only coastal National Park, this picturesque seaside town is your gateway to the natural beauty, ancient castles, and singular charm of Pembrokeshire county.
With over 50 beaches, 51 castles and forts, and 186 miles of scenic coastal walks, and an abundance of wildlife, this region is a dream for lovers of the great outdoors. From port in Milford Haven head to Tenby, with its soft golden sand beach right in the harbor and rows of bright Victorian Houses, and medieval stone walls dating back to the 13th century.
The scenery around here is perhaps best seen by boat. Take a boat tour around the rugged Pembrokeshire Islands and embark on a sea safari to spot dolphins, seals, all sorts of seabirds, and even the occasional shark. For a little flora to go with your fauna experiences, pay a visit to the Welsh National Botanic Gardens. This breathtaking 500-acre love letter to nature is home to the world’s largest single span glass greenhouse, plus Japanese Gardens, Spanish olive groves, and traditional British garden spaces.