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Bosherston

Although this is a very small village (15 miles from Tenby) it is well worth a visit as it is home to the beautiful Bosherston Lily Ponds (free entry but you pay to park) which fall under the National Trust. The lakes and lily ponds were created by the Campbells of Stackpole in the late 18th century to enhance their home. Why not try the 1 mile walk recommended here on the National Trust website?

There are a huge variety of birds and wildlife including swans, buzards, teals, coots and kingfishers.

You can also see the remarkable St Govan's chapel (1.5 miles away) - a tiny building dating back supposedly to 11th century but be prepared for a very steep climb!

There is also a pub, tearooms and toilets.




 
 

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Did you know that when the Wales Coast Path opens in May 2012 it will be the only continuous trail on the planet to run the full length of a country's coast! The 870 mile trail would take around 70 days to walk but would take in 18 medieval castles, 11 nature reserves and dozens of beautiful beaches. Check out the Pembrokeshire section when you are holidaying in Tenby or check out the official website: Wales Coast Path!