"Archaeologist's Paradise" Pembrokeshire Coast National Park by Lyndra

Pentre Ifan

Pembrokeshire is home to over 100 megalithic monuments ranging from stone circles, marker stones, cairns and portal dolmens. The most magnificent of these burial sites is the gigantic Portal Dolmen - Pentre Ifan.

Apologies that these pages are photo only but I need time to do justice to the story so hold that thought and stop by again... :-)

Photographs on Pembrokeshire pages form part of my archaeological studies and may not be copied and used without my permission, sorry!

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  • Last visit to Pembrokeshire Coast National Park: Jan 2007
  • Intro Updated Jun 30, 2007
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  • ranger49's Profile Photo
    Mar 12, 2008 at 6:15 AM

    Gellifawr - one of my favourite places! We've been there often but next time will take the sat-nav. My brother stays in the s/c cottages highly recommended.

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    Nov 21, 2007 at 2:14 AM

    Lovely photos of our green and pleasant land! Gillybob greetings


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