Pembrokeshire’s iconic puffins are just some of the wealth of wildlife protected by Wales’ National Parks

Nothing evokes the handsome and rugged wildness of Wales like exploring the National Parks by the coast, says Andrew Hall, Communications Officer for the UK’s Campaign for National Parks

THREE BEAUTIFUL WELSH NATIONAL PARKS: Snowdonia, the Pembrokeshire Coast and the Brecon Beacons, are undoubtedly the beating heart of Wales. In the ‘Year of the Sea’, walking the Wales Coast Path is a fantastic way to appreciate the rich tapestry of these living landscapes, and the cultural heritage and wildlife within them.