The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is made up of a relatively narrow strip of coastline in south-west Wales. With a varied landscape of rugged cliffs, sandy beaches, low wooded estuaries and rolling hills, it contains a large number of Sites of Special Scientific Interest and Nature Reserves. As well as walking on footpaths and National Trails, you can enjoy surfing, coasteering, sea angling and wildlife watching.
This map bundle contains both OS Explorer Maps for the National Park with a discount of 20% compared to the cost of buying them individually, and is available in both standard and weatherproof 'Active' versions. Whatever activities you plan on your visit, you can make the most of it with Ordnance Survey maps.
With each map in this set you will receive a code for use on your iOS or Android smartphone or tablet. Find our more at Mobile Download FAQ.
Official site: www.pembrokeshirecoast.org.uk
About Britain's National Parks
There are 15 National Parks in Great Britain. They are areas of protected countryside that everyone can visit. As well as some of the most stunning natural landscapes in the country, they also include features from human heritage, with historic towns and villages and working farmlands.
National Parks have areas suitable for walking, cycling, horse riding, greenlaning, climbing and water sports. To get the most from them Ordnance Survey publishes maps in two scales suitable for all outdoor activities. Our map sets provide complete coverage of all the National Parks, and are available in standard paper and weatherproof ‘Active’ versions.