The county of Pembrokeshire sits on the south-westerly tip of Wales, surrounded by the coast on three sides. If you thought Wales was all sheep-filled fields and mountains, think again. You'll visit here and wonder why on earth you haven't been before. It is stunning, wild and bracing, with 186 miles of coastal path, where huge cliffs drop down into glorious sandy beaches, caves and rock pillars. Americas 'National Geographic Traveller' rated the Pembrokeshire coast as one of the top two coastal destinations in the world. In the world!