The South West Wales Coast
Discover the South West Coast of Wales on holiday or on your doorstep
Family friendly pitches for camping and touring, and self-catering chalets and lodges. With all the necessary facilities on site you've the freedom to explore the coast and sandy beaches all day without having to hunt for supplies. With 3 sites on the stunning Pembrokeshire coast and 1 near Cardigan Bay on the Ceredigion coast find a holiday to remember.
Rural Retreats has 100's of charming cottages on the British Coast with sea views. At time of writing there are 3 on the stunning Pembrokeshire Coast. A 2 bed on the flanks of the Preseli Hills enjoying panoramic coastal views, and a 3 or 5 bed on a quiet cobbled street in Tenby 80 yards from a beach and near the harbour.
- Find Christmas magic and more at Carew Castle and Oriel y Parc 15th November 2018Whether you're looking for great Christmas gifts or want to visit Santa in his Grotto, two of Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority's top visitor attractions are holding events that can help you get your festive fix.
- Taster day to offer preview of Pathways volunteering project 15th November 2018The Pathways volunteering project, which helps people aged 16 and above to improve their health and wellbeing as they gain new experiences and skills through practical activity outdoors, is holding a taster day to recruit more volunteers in North Pem
- New discoveries to be made at National Park Archaeology Day 18th October 2018The 2018 Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Archaeology Day will reveal fresh findings from some of the area's wellknown historic monuments, as well as information on newly discovered sites.
- Frightening half term and Halloween fun awaits at National Park attractions 16th October 2018The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority's three visitor attractions will all be hosting Halloweenthemed activities and events this October half term, with ghostly goings on and terrifying treats for the whole family to enjoy.
- Canaston Wood bridleway bridge repaired 1st October 2018A 19th century bridge in Canaston Wood has been given a major overhaul by the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority thanks to funding from Bluestone National Park Resort.
- Government inquiry into management of marine protected areas in Wales 10th January 2017The National Assembly for Wales’ Climate Change, Environment and Rural Affairs Committee is calling for evidence to support its inquiry into the management of marine protected areas in Wales. This follows on from the concern expressed by its predecessor, the Environment and Sustainability Committee, about the level of priority given to the marine environment by the […]
- European Union abandons plan to “overhaul” flagship Birds and Babitats Directives following a huge public campaign 14th December 2016The European Commission has been forced to abandon an “overhaul” of flagship nature laws after an unprecedented campaign that mobilised over half a million people in protest. After taking office in 2014, EC president Jean-Claude Juncker began a review of European Birds and Habitats Directives so as to make them more business-friendly. But last week […]
- Welsh Cabinet Secretary for Environment and Rural Affairs makes “inaccurate and misleading claims” about the sustainability of Welsh seafood. 14th November 2016Not-for-profit profit environmental law organisation Client Earth reports: “At the launch of the Wales Seafood Strategy in Cardiff, the National Procurement Service pledged to serve only ‘verifiably sustainable fish’ across the public sector – a commitment we at ClientEarth fully encourage. However, during Seafood Week (October 2016}, Lesley Griffiths, the Cabinet Secretary, claimed that: ‘With more […]
- Welsh Government dismiss objections to further scallop dredging in Cardigan Bay 6th November 2016The Cabinet Secretary for the Environment and Rural Affairs has “announced new management measures for the Scallop fishery in Cardigan Bay”. She has decided, presumably with some help from her hardly unbiased fisheries staff, that “some fishing activity is possible, within specific areas, with no adverse impact on the Special Area of Conservation” and that […]
- Consultation on proposed Special Areas of Conservation for harbour porpoise 17th February 2016The consultations just keep coming. This time it’s on proposals to designate a small number of very large SACs for harbour porpoise, so we can expect lots of opposition from industry and fisheries interests. Two are proposed off west Wales, one off Pembrokeshire, the other in the approaches to the Bristol Channel including Carmarthen Bay. […]
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Carmarthenshire Live News Feeds
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- Councillors propose rejuvenation of rural train lines to help boost tourism 10th July 2020RURAL rail lines should be brought back into use in Carmarthenshire to encourage tourism and help end a transport “scandal”, …
Pembrokeshire Live News Feeds
- Bluestone National Park resort celebrates 12th birthday and prepares to reopen on Friday, July 24 18th July 2020A Pembrokeshire tourist attraction and resort is celebrating its 12th birthday today, Saturday.
- Milford Haven Museum will not be open this year 18th July 2020MILFORD Haven Museum will not open this year because of the coronavirus pandemic.
- Driver's thanks for help and support after A40 Treffgarne crash 18th July 2020The driver of a car involved in a crash near Treffgarne on Thursday afternoon has thanked a kind-hearted member of the public, and emergency service crews, for coming to her aid.
- Sunday: Sunny, Minimum Temperature: 9°C (47°F) Maximum Temperature: 19°C (65°F) 18th July 2020Maximum Temperature: 19°C (65°F), Minimum Temperature: 9°C (47°F), Wind Direction: Northerly, Wind Speed: 17mph, Visibility: Good, Pressure: 1020mb, Humidity: 70%, UV Risk: 6, Pollution: Low, Sunrise: 05:22 BST, Sunset: 21:25 BST
- Monday: Sunny, Minimum Temperature: 8°C (46°F) Maximum Temperature: 18°C (65°F) 18th July 2020Maximum Temperature: 18°C (65°F), Minimum Temperature: 8°C (46°F), Wind Direction: North Westerly, Wind Speed: 13mph, Visibility: Good, Pressure: 1025mb, Humidity: 70%, UV Risk: 6, Pollution: Low, Sunrise: 05:23 BST, Sunset: 21:23 BST
- Today: Light Rain, Minimum Temperature: 13°C (55°F) Maximum Temperature: 16°C (61°F) 18th July 2020Maximum Temperature: 16°C (61°F), Minimum Temperature: 13°C (55°F), Wind Direction: South Westerly, Wind Speed: 22mph, Visibility: Moderate, Pressure: 1018mb, Humidity: 95%, UV Risk: 2, Pollution: Low, Sunrise: 05:20 BST, Sunset: 21:26 BST
- Sunday: Sunny, Minimum Temperature: 10°C (49°F) Maximum Temperature: 18°C (65°F) 18th July 2020Maximum Temperature: 18°C (65°F), Minimum Temperature: 10°C (49°F), Wind Direction: Northerly, Wind Speed: 17mph, Visibility: Good, Pressure: 1020mb, Humidity: 71%, UV Risk: 6, Pollution: Low, Sunrise: 05:25 BST, Sunset: 21:26 BST
- Monday: Sunny, Minimum Temperature: 9°C (49°F) Maximum Temperature: 18°C (64°F) 18th July 2020Maximum Temperature: 18°C (64°F), Minimum Temperature: 9°C (49°F), Wind Direction: North Westerly, Wind Speed: 12mph, Visibility: Good, Pressure: 1026mb, Humidity: 71%, UV Risk: 6, Pollution: Low, Sunrise: 05:26 BST, Sunset: 21:25 BST
- Today: Light Rain, Minimum Temperature: 12°C (54°F) Maximum Temperature: 16°C (60°F) 18th July 2020Maximum Temperature: 16°C (60°F), Minimum Temperature: 12°C (54°F), Wind Direction: South Westerly, Wind Speed: 17mph, Visibility: Moderate, Pressure: 1018mb, Humidity: 97%, UV Risk: 2, Pollution: Low, Sunrise: 05:24 BST, Sunset: 21:27 BST