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Pembrokeshire Travel Guide  

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Pembrokeshire, this is a county placed to the south western side of Wales.
It is a sea county; it is surrounded by the sea.  Its population is 114, 131. It boasts of a 170 miles of coastline, which includes vital seabird reproduction sites, with numerous bays and sandy beaches.
Pembrokeshire Coast National Park includes the complete coast. It was established as a county which had a power of ruling a territory, in 1138 with Gilbert de Clare, as the first Earl of Pembroke.

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Reviews Pembrokeshire

Robert Bale
Level 100     6 Trophy   
Overall rating 6
Overall Guide : Carew Castle The famed Carew family have got their name from this place, and are also the owners of the  castle, even though it is being rented  out  to the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, who actually  manage the site. It... more is being built almost entirely from the local Carboniferous limestone, apart from for some of the Tudor architectural features like the window frames, which are made from imported Cotswold stone. The site has been recognized as advantageous from the initial times, as latest hole made by digging in the outer ward have exposed several shifty fortifications of an Iron Age fort. Oakwood Theme Park It attracts around 400,000 tourists  every year. The park was started in the late 1980s; it was a very little family park, which included a 3D-style cinema experience show, go-karts, with BMXs, a water shaft ride and a wooden fort. The park has now integrated 5 large thrill rides:  first came Megafobia in 1996, followed by Vertigo in 1997, two years later The Bounce in 1999, Hydro in 2002 and Speed in 2006. Caldey Island The island is abode to a petite village, but is famous for its monastery. The Caldey Sound separates the island from the mainland. A ferryboat from Tenby crosses the sound during, the spring and summer. In the 19th century, limestone was quarried here, and was taken to the local lime kilns. The chief income for the residents of the island is through tourism, and the production of perfumes and chocolates serves as their inter incomes. The island also grants  a religious retreat all through the year.
Level 9     1 Trophy    Viaggia: Family
Overall rating 10
Overall Guide : Very beautiful county, lots of lovely towns and villages and plenty to see! Plenty of beaches, all worth going to see and explore. Also many places to eat. Beware of the random sheep!
Not to be missed st davids , moutains , weaving mills
Overall rating 6
Overall Guide : Very good
Not to be missed st govans head , barafundle beach , Carew Castle
Overall rating 6
Overall Guide : It's lacking transport and weather it's boring and i hate it and you need more jobs and houses ad less cars
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