The Pembrokeshire National Park is a popular tourist destination which reveals a great part of Welsh history. It is home to the Carew Castle, a 2000-year-old building which stores centuries of history within it. Through the years it has served many purposes like being a Norman fortification and later, an Elizabethan country residence.
The beautiful castle is located on a hill which overlooks a beautiful millpond which spreads on an area of 23 acres. Next to is the Tidal Mill, a unique attraction which was recently restored and can’t be seen anywhere else in Wales. The area is best observed if you take a walking tour, because of the paths surrounding the castle grounds, the millpond and the mill.
Another popular place is Castell Henllyss, a replica of a classic Iron Age. The place is built right on top of the ruins of an ancient Iron Age settlement which dates back to 400 BC. Visitors of the area can also learn interesting facts and information about the way Celts lived in the past. The bead-making demonstrations are especially popular and are a great way to start your journey through the rich history of Pembrokeshire.
Another beautiful location in the area is the St Davids village is located in the heart of the Pembrokeshire National Park. It includes a range of attractions, the most popular of which is the Oriel y Parc Landscape Gallery. The gallery displays some of the best vistas in the park and regularly shows different touring exhibitions. The building also features a tourist information centre which can be used to reach information about other interesting parts of the park.