The Pembrokeshire Coast landscape has once again been heralded as among the best in the world, having been included in a list of the five best National Parks on the planet by a writer from the luxury travel website Condé Nast Traveller.

The list, which was written by Condé Nast Traveller’s Sarah Bruning for the Huffington Post’s travel blog, also includes the Northumberland National Park along with other entries from Italy, Bulgaria and the USA.

Describing the Pembrokeshire Coast, Sarah Bruning said: “Horseback riding is a popular excursion for visitors to the UK's only coastal national park, which also features a number of stunning national formations, such as the Green Bridge of Wales.”

The Pembrokeshire Coast is no stranger to global accolades having been voted the second best coastal area in the world National Geographic Traveller magazine in 2011.

National Park Authority Chairman, Cllr Mike James said: “It is fantastic that the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park’s world-class landscape has once again been recognised as one the best in the world.

“This adds to the growing list of accolades the National Park has received in recent years and will provide a great boost to the area as businesses prepare for the Whitsun half term and the start of another summer season.”

The Pembrokeshire Coast’s beaches have also recently received the Condé Nast seal of approval, with both Barafundle Bay and Whitesands both being named among the best beaches in Britain.

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