Pembrokeshire’s visitors and residents can discover how to make the most of the UK’s only coastal National Park during Wales’ Year of the Sea 2018 by taking inspiration from Pembrokeshire’s information-packed newspaper Coast to Coast.
The must-read paper, which is distributed across the county, is full of information about where to go to experience legendary landscapes and coastline and find exciting things to do in the world of art and craft.
Look out for Coast to Coast 2018 on shelves and online now.
Helping locals and visitors make the most of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park from spring through to early autumn, Coast to Coast has been produced by the Park Authority for 36 years.
Speaking of the publication, the Authority’s Chief Executive Tegryn Jones said: “More than 200,000 people pick up a copy of Coast to Coast each year, but you can still use this great resource if you prefer to get your information from a smartphone, tablet or PC, including a map and six-month tide table, at www.pembrokeshirecoast.wales/coasttocoast.
“As well as great information about where to visit and eat, this year’s Coast to Coast includes fascinating facts about the National Park and surrounding area and includes features on the Park Authority’s popular family attractions: Carew Castle and Tidal Mill, Oriel y Parc Gallery and Visitor Centre in St Davids and Castell Henllys Iron Age Village.
“There are ideas for coastal walks for all abilities, inspiration for trying something new, tips for adventures for all ages and guides to gardens, museums, crafts, galleries and eating out.
“It also includes the Authority’s activities and events programme which offers a unique opportunity to discover the heritage, wildlife, countryside and coastline of the National Park.”
Here’s how you can find a copy of Coast to Coast
Pick one up in more than 500 shops, pubs, Tourist Information Centres and other outlets across Pembrokeshire.
Pick up or scroll through a copy of Coast to Coast today to make the most of the Pembrokeshire Coast’s world-class coastline and countryside in 2018.