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Pembrokeshire's Folly Farm named top zoo

Pembrokeshire’s Folly Farm has been named one of the top zoos in Europe and the UK in a list of reviews on travel website TripAdvisor. The list of reviews took into account the recommendations of travellers around the globe and, following the introduction of a new pride of lions at Folly Farm, the zoo has secured a high rank on both the European and UK list of top zoos.

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Whats on in Pembrokeshire: August

As a popular summer destination, Pembrokeshire knows how to cater for a diverse audience. From family days out to romantic jazz, there really is something for everyone this August. Here is a sample of the highlights you can enjoy during a stay in cottages on the Pembrokeshire coast this summer. 

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Discovering the best of Pembrokeshire with the family

As the British Isles bask in beautiful sunshine, the thought of heading off on holiday is more tempting than ever. Among the most popular destinations is Pembrokeshire in South Wales, a county that ticks all the boxes for families thanks to the wealth of attractions, stunning beaches and endless expanses of luscious countryside.If you are looking to see why this region is so highly regarded during your cottage holidays in Tenby, here are some great ways to help you make the most of your visit.

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Pembrokeshires Folly Farm gains a record-breaker

As Pembrokeshire’s famed Folly Farm animal park rounds the corner into its peak season, the park and visitors alike will be delighted to hear the news of one of their giraffes taking the title for the tallest giraffe in the UK. The adventure park and zoo has just announced that one of their male giraffes, Zulu, is officially the tallest giraffe in the UK, standing at a whopping 19 feet tall. 

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The o-fish-al guide to Pembrokeshire

While shoals of visitors head to Pembrokeshire in search of beautiful beaches, dramatic coastlines and traditional villages, there are many who head to south Wales for a chance to discover its long-standing relationship with fish. Whether through stunning dishes at the region’s restaurants, to fantastic festivals, here is your guide to enjoying Pembrokeshire fish at its brill-iant best.

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Tenby has the best beach in Europe

The European e-tourist organisation, European Best Destinations, has bestowed its latest accolade of ‘most beautiful beach in Europe’ not to the famed resorts of Portugal, Italy and France, but to the Welsh town of Tenby. Tenby’s Harbour Beach went up against the likes of Sicily’s Scopello Beach, Greece’s Egremni Beach and Cyprus’ Nissi Beach, only to come out on top.

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Ask the Experts: The best photo spots in Pembrokeshire

Pembrokeshire is a destination renowned for its picturesque landscape; from outstanding rural landscapes to dramatic coastal views, it serves as a fine example of the natural beauty of the British Isles. Because of this, the first thing many pack in their suitcase for their Pembrokeshire cottage holidays is their camera to capture these stunning landscapes for themselves. If you have come to South Wales in search of fantastic photos, we’ve asked the experts to tell us their favourite location.

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Awards come in waves for Pembrokeshire beaches

Pembrokeshire beaches continue to go unrivalled as they scoop numerous accolades at the Seaside Awards run by Keep Wales Tidy. Pembrokeshire won the most awards for its resort beaches than any other county in the country, with a massive 31 Seaside Awards presented to Pembrokeshire beaches. The Seaside Awards are divided up into categories of resort and rural, separating the visitor-friendly beaches with numerous facilities and cafes to keep the whole family happy from the rural, which are more secluded, hidden retreats.

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Thousands visit Pembrokeshire over Easter

The recent Easter bank holiday saw thousands of people visit Pembrokeshire and its most iconic destinations, such as Tenby and Saundersfoot.As a result of the huge numbers of people that visited the region over the Easter holidays it is believed that tourism businesses based in Pembrokeshire received a huge boost.It is believed that affordable Tenby cottages and holiday homes in Saundersfoot, for example, could well have beaten last year’s figures by some distance.

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Whats on in Pembrokeshire: May

With spring in full swing and summer on the horizon, Pembrokeshire looks full steam ahead as it hosts a multitude of events and fun for all the family. Festivals and sporting events galore, there’s never been more reason to head down to the coastal west county this May bank holiday.

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Wales is more attractive than Britain

As the latest results come in, it would appear as though Wales has outstretched Britain as a popular tourist destination. The Great British Tourism Survey found that even more people made a trip to Wales in 2013 than they did in 2012, reaching an impressive 9.93 million last year, a figure up by 3.4 per cent.

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No traffic for Tenby cottage holiday guests

Families who enjoy spending their holidays on the idyllic south Pembrokeshire coast are in for a far easier and safer drive as the Transport Minster Edwina Hart has opened the £68 million bypass on the A477. The new bypass road between St Clears and Red Roses is thought to make a huge difference for those travelling to south Pembrokeshire and ferry traffic.

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