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The limestone cliffs around Bosherston make this tiny hamlet a climbing Mecca and are criss-crossed by up to a thousand hard climbing routes including some of the most taxing routes in the UK. There are easier routes too but its places like Huntsman's Leap near St Govans Chapel that epitomise the Pembrokeshire climbing reputation.

Bosherston Lakes are well known for their beautiful setting. They occupy a series of flooded limestone valleys that were once the picturesque gardens of Stackpole House, the grand country seat of The Cawdor Family.

St Govan's chapel is another fascinating place to visit. Tucked into a cleft in the cliffs, it is one of the most picturesque sixth century hermit's chapels in Britain. It is named after the hermit and saint who lived there.


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Map reference: SR 967947  Lat: 51.61443 Long: -4.93685

Off the B4319 from Pembroke.

Accessible by Public Transport: 6 miles from Pembroke station