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Pembrokeshire Coast National Park

Green holidays website has published an online guide to show residents and visitors on a UK family holiday how to make the most of the region in a way that has a low impact on the environment and a positive impact on the local economy.

Greentraveller’s Guide to the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park features over 75 recommendations for where to sleep and eat and what to do in the UK's only mainly coastal National Park, from the award-winning beaches and island RSPB reserves to the traditional towns and villages, ancient woodland and historic castles. The guide includes an interactive map of the featured businesses, videos celebrating the unique landscape, and in-depth information on how visitors can reduce their environmental impact by travelling to and around the area by public transport and by walking or cycling more.

Supported by the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority, Greentraveller’s team of professional travel writers has picked out some of the top places for those on a UK family holiday to stay, from an innovative ecolodge to self-catering barns, cosy cottages, luxury yurt camps, award-winning B&Bs and organic farms.

The Guide also features some of the best spots to find local produce, a range of outdoor activities from exploring the famous Pembrokeshire Coast Path to kayaking and coasteering around the Preseli Hills, and family days out at wildlife parks, adventure centres and gardens, including the award-winning Castyll Henllys iron age fort and Bluestone resort, which won the national Example of Excellence in the Rural Action category in the Business in the Community’s annual responsible business awards.

This press release was distributed by ResponseSource Press Release Wire on behalf of Visit Wales in the following categories: Leisure & Hobbies, Environment & Nature, Travel, for more information visit