Maps of :Bosherston Tourist Attractions
Map of Bosherston Tourist Attractions in Wales >
This map portrays some of the best tourist attractions in Bosherston, Wales. Click on our interactive map below to find details of the Attractions in Bosherston that are featured in the Walesdirectory. Please click on the 'Map Layers' list on the sidebar to find accommodation close to the attraction displayed on the map.
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Bosherston Lakes - Bosherston Lakes were formed from the flooding of three limestone valleys. Also known as Bosherston Lily Ponds, they are unsurprisingly best known fo Stackpole Estate - In the south of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, between the villages of Stackpole and Bosherston. Beautiful and varied stretch of coastline, fa Broadhaven South Beach Surfing - Broadhaven South is a large sandy rural beach surrounded by a rugged coastline, and very popular with families in the Summer. Broadhaven South is a ve St Govans Chapel - St Govan's Chapel on the southernmost tip of Pembrokeshire is a magical place, shrouded in Celtic myths and legends. But unlike many legends a visit t St Govans Holy Well - St Govan's Well is close to St Govan's Chapel on the southernmost tip of Pembrokeshire South West Wales. The Holy Well, or Sacred Well is probably me St Govans Head - St Govan's Head is a promontory and the most southerly point in Pembrokeshire, southwest Wales. Close to the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. Interesting r Barafundle Bay Beach - Barafundle Bay Beach has excellent water quality (2008). The beach has golden sands backed by sand dunes and ringed by trees. The beach is located on Stackpole Church - Stackpole Church is situated in the village of Stackpole Elidor, otherwise known as Cheriton on the Castlemartin peninsula of Pembrokeshire, Wales. Th Freshwater East Beach - Freshwater East Beach is a sandy beach backed by dunes and the surrounding headlands of West Moor Cliff and Trewent Point. The beach has excellent wat Pembrokeshire Footsteps - Guided Walks in Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
Walk the coast path in 2008. Scheduled walks to take in the entire length of the coastline March t Pembroke Railway Station - Pembroke railway station has direct links to:|
Wales: Bridgend, Cardiff Central, Carmarthen, Kilgetty, Lamphey, Manorbier, Neath, Pembroke Dock, Po Pembroke South Quay - The South Quay Pembroke is adjacent to Pembroke Castle in Pembroke South Wales. Being in the centre of the town it is where people gather to hold sail Pembroke Castle - Pembroke Castle was founded by the Normans in the 11th Century. The original fortress, a wooden structure, was built by Roger de Montgomery in the 11t Waterman's Arms - The Waterman's Arms is set in the town of Pembroke in West Wales. Our pub has both lounge and bar areas and we serve a good selection of snacks and tr Lamphey Railway Station - Lamphey railway station has direct links to Bridgend, Cardiff Central, Carmarthen, Kilgetty, Manorbier, Neath, Pembroke Dock, Port Talbot, Saundersfoo
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