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Pembrokeshire in South West Wales is home to some of the nation’s most astonishing coastline. With Pembrokeshire beaches like Abereiddy, Barafundle Bay, Marloes Sands, Newgale, Poppit Sands, Saundersfoot, Stackpole Quay and Whitesands and of course the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, what’s not to like? It doesn’t stop with offerings for sunbathers and ramblers. Coasteering, cycling, kayaking, diving and adventure sports are all possible in Pembrokeshire.
Our latest post features a shot which was taken in the Pembrokeshire coastal village of Abereiddy. The deep-blue water around Abereiddy gets its colour from the slate rock found in the area. Over time this has been pounded by the waves to produce the beautiful blue-green hue. The Blue Lagoon, close to the rural beach at Abereiddy, also has blue-green water. A depth of around 25 m makes it a great place for diving. It is also possible to do coasteering there.
For more information on Abereiddy, see the Visit Pembrokeshire website. National Trust invites you to discover the secrets of Wales’ wild places and create your own memories on their list of things to do in Pembrokeshire.