Fishguard (Welsh: Abergwaun) is located in Pembrokeshire on the west coast of Wales between Strumble Head to the west and Dinas Head to the east. The town is famous as the ferry port to Ireland but it also occupies an important place in British history being the location of the last invasion of Britain in February 1797. Tourists arriving in Fishguard have an abundance of attractions to visit both in the town and further afield throughout the county of Pembrokeshire.
The town of Fishguard consists of three parts, the Lower town, Fishguard proper, and Goodwick. ....
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