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Tenby, Pembrokeshire, South Wales, UK. Had some of the most romantic meals in the Plantagenet Restaurant in Tenby. Beautiful atmosphere, fantastic fresh food.

Tenby, Pembrokeshire, South Wales, UK. Had some of the most romantic meals in the Plantagenet Restaurant in Tenby. Beautiful atmosphere, fantastic fresh food.

10 Places to Visit in South Wales Family Travel Blog. -- I love all these places!!

Places to Visit in South Wales. Travel Blog

10 Places to Visit in South Wales Family Travel Blog. -- I love all these places!!

Gower Peninsula (Wales). 'Just along the coast from the cities of Cardiff and Swansea, but a different world entirely, the Gower Peninsula has been a favourite with local holidaymakers for years. This 15-mile-long thumb of land has broad butterscotch beaches, pounding surf, dreamy sand dunes, precipitous clifftop walks and rugged uplands. It’s a perfect place for cycling and walking, with surfing, and wonderful beaches for families.'…

Gower Peninsula (Wales). 'Just along the coast from the cities of Cardiff and Swansea, but a different world entirely, the Gower Peninsula has been a favourite with local holidaymakers for years. This 15-mile-long thumb of land has broad butterscotch beaches, pounding surf, dreamy sand dunes, precipitous clifftop walks and rugged uplands. It’s a perfect place for cycling and walking, with surfing, and wonderful beaches for families.'…

1927 Dewstow Gardens Grottoes Gwent, South East Wales, England. This garden was "closed and lost" during WWII but discovered and restored in 2000.

1927 Dewstow Gardens Grottoes Gwent, South East Wales, England. This garden was "closed and lost" during WWII but discovered and restored in 2000.

Llangennith Beach, Swansea, South Wales, UK - Getty Images

Llangennith Beach, Swansea, South Wales, UK - Getty Images

The ruins of Tintern Abbey in South Wales, the result of Henry VIII's dissolution of the monasteries, which brought 400 years of monastic life to an abrupt end in the 1530s.

The ruins of Tintern Abbey in South Wales, the result of Henry VIII's dissolution of the monasteries, which brought 400 years of monastic life to an abrupt end in the 1530s.

Tintern Abbey in south Wales was dissolved by Henry VIII, England. The Abbey is 881 years old. | by Ro Ariass on Flickr

Tintern Abbey in south Wales was dissolved by Henry VIII, England. The Abbey is 881 years old. | by Ro Ariass on Flickr

Caerphilly Castle is the the biggest in Wales, it’s surrounded by a series of moats and watery islands.

Caerphilly Castle is the the biggest in Wales, it’s surrounded by a series of moats and watery islands.

Crossing Devil's Bridge, Worm's Head, Gower Peninsula, Wales. There is a four-hour window of opportunity (two hours either side of low tide) to reach to furtherest point.

Crossing Devil's Bridge, Worm's Head, Gower Peninsula, Wales. There is a four-hour window of opportunity (two hours either side of low tide) to reach to furtherest point.

Pembrokeshire has some of the finest beaches in the world, so whatever you're looking for, we can help you find something that suits

The definitive guide to every beach, bay and cove in Pembrokeshire

Pembrokeshire has some of the finest beaches in the world, so whatever you're looking for, we can help you find something that suits

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