Aberdyfi is one of the most beauitful and unspoilt villages in Wales. It lies on the North side of the Dyfi Estuary. This image was taken from YnysLas beach near Borth.
A stunning view of the River Dyfi taken from Ynyslas, the picturesque village of Aberdyfi (Aberdovey) nestles below the rolling Welsh hills.
A beautiful view of some of the stunning Welsh scenery that can be seen on the southern end of the Snowdonia National Park.
Manorbier Castle is a Norman castle located in the village of Manorbier, five miles south-west of Tenby, West Wales. The castle was part of a mesne lorship under the control of the medieval Earls of Pembroke. It was founded in the late 11th century by the Anglo-Norman de Barry family.
This sandy, picturesque beach features Goskar rock.
Tenby harbour at low water. Tenby is a poular tourist destination in Pembrokeshire, South Wales. The colourful houses on the seafront are very much a part of the beauty of this quaint town. The old lifeboat station with its bright red roof is now a holiday home
The early twelfth century saw the Normans starting to extend their influence into South West Wales and around 1107 Henry I granted Henry de Beaumont, Earl of Warwick the Lordship of Gower. He built an earth and timber castle, most probably a motte-and-bailey, at Swansea to function as his primary stronghold.
Strumble Head Lighthouse stands on Ynys Meicel, St. Michael's Island, also known as Strumble Head, a rocky island at the northwest corner of Pencaer area, five miles west of the town of Fishguard, in northern Pembrokeshire, Wales.
St Catherine's Island is a small tidal island linked to Tenby in Pembrokeshire, Wales, by Castle beach at low tide. The island, which is known colloquially as St Catherine's Rock, is the location of St Catherine's Fort.
A flock of pigeons take off near the band stand at Tenby on a sunny September day. It stands on Castle Hill, in the Walled Town of Tenby, Pembrokeshire, South Wales.
Tenby Harbour sits in a central position in the beautiful Georgian town of Tenby, often known as The Jewel in Pembrokeshire's crown. This picturesque town, it has grown to become Pembrokeshire's most popular tourist destination. Dinbych-y-pysgod is the Welsh name for Tenby which translates as .
A lovely. image of Tenby in South Wales taken from the water. Here you can see the beautiful and colourful Victorian waterfront that is so special to Tenby.
In February 2010 work was started on a project to convert Tenby's Grade-II listed former Lifeboat Station into a 4-bedroomed holiday home. The Lifeboat Station is a landmark building which features prominently in the stunning backdrop of Tenbys picturesque North beach and harbour.
St Catherine's Island is a small tidal island linked to Tenby in Pembrokeshire, Wales, The island, which is known colloquially as St Catherine's Rock, is the location of St Catherine's Fort.
Mumbles lifeboat station is at the end of Mumbles Pier, near Swansea.
A different view of Tenby. Tenby is a delightful town on the Pembrokeshire coast in South Wales.