National Geographic names Pembrokeshire coast path as one of the best places in the world to visit this spring.
Anyone who's ever trodden its 186 miles of meandering track high above the Irish Sea will know it's a gem of a destination on Wales' westernmost reaches.
And it seems one of the world's best known magazines agrees, naming the Pembrokeshire coast path as one of the best places in the world to visit this spring.
The path, which celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2010, ranks second in the top 10 list alongside Washington DC, Vienna, Istanbul, Chile and South Korea. And its inclusion - not the first time the magazine has praised it - was welcomed as great news for Pembrokeshire.
The magazine, one of the most read and widely respected publications in the world, describes the path as a route of "towering headlands blanketed with spring blooms".
It adds: "The route, comprising several long and short-distance trails, meanders along rocky Irish Sea cliff tops, sandy beaches, former railway lines, and ancient footpaths."
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Written by Wales Online, March 2013