Fishguard, Wales

Half modernized coastal town and half traditional fishing town, Fishguard is well known for the history behind the location. Stop by the Fishguard Town Hall to see the 'Last Invasion of Britain' tapestry, which tells the tale of how a small band of Welsh women forced an army of invading Frenchman to surrender in 1797. Nearby is the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, where a diverse ecosystem provides near endless opportunities for unique wildlife encounters, and was named the second best coastal destination in the world by National Geographic.

Language: Welsh, English
Currency: Pound Sterling (GBP)

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