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Fishguard - Port Information

A great place for cruise excursions, day trips, and shore days.

Fishguard is a small coastal town with a population of 3,300 and is divided into two parts. The main town is on the hill overlooking the harbour and was fortified by the Normans for whom it became a "marcher borough", one of the strongholds protecting the "Little England beyond Wales". It has a parish church, a number of small shops and inns and a Town Hall where a famous tapestry, the Fishguard Tapestry, depicts the "last invasion of the UK" in 1797 when a French army was frightened by Welsh women into surrendering.

Lower Fishguard is where the river meets the sea. This is a typical fishing village with a short tidal quay. The railway runs to the west and terminates in a modern ferry quay with routes to Ireland and Continental ports. This is where visiting cruise ships will berth.

Visitors from Cruise ships will be keen to go further afield and visit the spiritual capital of Wales and the birthplace of the patron saint of Wales, now a small cathedral in the tiny city of St David's. They can also go walking on the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path or on the Preseli Hills. Much historical interest has been developed by the Castell Henllys Iron Age Fort archaeological excavations and the reconstructions with live actors re-creating the Celtic way of life. Pembrokeshire wildlife is abundant and sea trips are available to Ramsey Island which will show seals, puffins, gannets and dolphins.

Cruise Excursions Fishguard

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