The County of Pembrokeshire.
Pembrokeshire on the most South-Western point of Wales is known for the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. It has spectacular rugged cliffs, scenic coves and harbours, sandy beaches, wooded estuaries and, best of all, it has 186 miles of coast path.
There are the Preseli Hills, which rise to over 1400 feet and from which the stone in Stonehenge came, in the northern part of the county and St. David's Cathedral in the west and Pembroke, the county town, has the remains of an impressive medieval castle.
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