The Castlemartin Peninsula is
about 8 miles from Pembroke town. This is an area
of spectacular coastal scenery, and the Green
Bridge of Wales, Stack Rocks, St Govan's Chapel
and Bosherston Lily Ponds are popular sites for
visitors to the area.
As well as the dramatic coastline, the area is renowned for the colonies of guillemots, razorbills, kittiwakes, choughs and other species which nest along the cliffs and rock formations.
As certain areas of the Peninsula are restricted due to a military presence it would be advisable to contact one of the local Tourist Information Centres for details of firing times.