Pembrokeshire scene for Hollywood blockbuster

Published: Wednesday 30th May 2012

Written by: Powells Holiday Team

Some of Hollywood's biggest stars have descended upon the luscious sands of Pembrokeshire once again, with the picturesque region being used for yet another blockbuster production.

It was the turn of Kristen Stewart and Chris Hemsworth to meet the gorgeous stretch of Marloes Sands, proving to be the perfect spot to film scenes from the much anticipated screenplay Snow White and the Huntsman.

Marloes Sands made its first big screen appearance back in 1968 when it featured in The Lion In The Winter. Another region which has had the star treatment is Freshwater West, playing host to Russell Crowe during the filming of Robin Hood in 2010 while it was also used for key scenes during Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.

The Pembrokeshire coastline is renowned for its idyllic stretches of sands, with the region recently obtaining more blue flag beaches than anywhere else in the country. Why not book into one of the Pembrokeshire cottages this summer and discover the area for yourself?

Powells Holiday Team
Powells Holiday Team


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