The beautiful county of Pembrokeshire offers everything from hair-raising adventures to family attractions! Adrenalin filled roller coasters or extreme coasteering to up close and personal with exotic wild animals. Let us create lasting memories that leave you wanting more.
Whether you plan ahead, or just go with the flow, there will be plenty for you to do during your stay. Visit our beautiful land with 52 stunning beaches around our coast line. Ten of our beaches hold Blue Flag status, with many more awarded Green Coast or Seaside Awards. From large expanses of sand, perfect for building sandcastles, to craggy and rocky shorelines great for exploring and rock pooling – there are plenty of reasons to visit our beaches during your stay in Pembrokeshire.
Visit our beautiful land full of heritage with castles, prehistoric tombs, Celtic shrines and Iron Age forts or find the birthplace of the Tudor Dynasty, or the most iconic prehistoric site in Wales, Pentre Ifan
Singer songwriters, local bands, story tellers and artists all add to the cultural diversity you will enjoy.
Enjoy our beautiful food from land and sea!!!! Being a coastal county, fish plays a huge part in our county’s menu. There’s also locally reared lamb, beef, poultry and pork to tempt your taste buds, as well as delicious cheeses and ice cream. From family friendly menus, to fine dining – washed down with a locally produced beer or Ale – you’ll eat and drink something different every day during your stay in Pembrokeshire.
The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path brings you 186 miles of wonderfully diverse walking. From the north to the south, it offers so many stunning views you’ll be spoilt for choice on where to look next as you follow the hills and valleys around our superb coastline. Whether you’re an experienced walker or just fancy a gentle stroll – the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path an unforgettable part of your stay in Pembrokeshire.