Saundersfoot beachSaundersfoot , United Kingdom
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In the webcam there the very popular sandy beach of the English town of Saundersfoot. It is a favorite vacation spot for families. The water here is quite shallow, which is ideal for swimming. On the coast in the online camera, you can go canoeing, sailing, windsurfing and fishing.
Saundersfoot online is a small seaside resort between Tenby and Amroth. The settlement in the web camera is much more compact than Tenby and has its own charm and character. In the southern part of Saundersfoot in the live camera, there is a lively harbor and there are several cafes, pubs, shops and restaurants nearby and along the live beach. Saundersfoot on live cam is also known locally for a charity New Years Eve swim sponsored by local businesses.
The coast of Pembrokeshire, where the online broadcast is coming from, is a picturesque rocky region of Great Britain, which combines magnificent nature and the sea. Pembrokeshire is home to a National Wildlife Park with historical sites. It embraces cliffs, sandy beaches and wild rolling valleys. The Pembrokeshire Coast is a great place for nature lovers.
While spending time in the region shown online, you can go kayaking to explore the sea grottoes and coastal cliffs, or go sea fishing on a boat. It is also possible to explore the area on horseback or ride a bike along the coastal paths. There are many centers along the coast in a live stream, where they offer various types of leisure activities, as well as special equipment for active sports.
In the northern part of the Pembrokeshire Nature Park, one of the most important historical sites in Wales is located – the Pentre Ifan Burial Chamber, which is a giant vertically standing stones towering above the ground. They are loosely attached to each other. This attraction was made from stones taken from here to build the inner sanctuary of Stonehenge.
Pembrokeshire, where the live webcam is located, is filled with attractions: from prehistoric burial sites to Iron Age forts, Norman fortresses and medieval temples. The most striking historical monument is Pembroke Castle – one of the most impressive in England, thanks to the large number of towers and high walls, as well as the huge stone citadel in the center.
In the north-west of the region in the online camera, near the Cathedral of St. David, the ruins of the episcopal castle and the resting place of St. David himself, is the smallest and most charming town in Great Britain – St. Davids, named after the main Welsh saint who lived here in the 4th century. The city is located on a peninsula with picturesque views to match its historical and spiritual significance.