What to do in Pembrokeshire

  • North Pembrokeshire has a magical atmosphere all of it’s own. At one with nature on the spectacular coastal path, you will feel the force and majesty of the sea. So whether you want to explore the local scenery or experience St David’s historical past, splash about in the sea and/or jam pack your days with family friendly attractions, we can accommodate you.

  • Traeth Llyfn beach 1546

Enjoy this most beautiful of counties

  • Stunning beaches
  • St Davids is the smallest city in the UK and has a spectacular Cathedral and the ruins of Bishop Palace.
  • The beaches of Whitesands and Newgale famous for their surfing.
  • Other water activities including kayaking, body boarding and coasteering.
  • Walking – Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and circular walks
  • Cycling, horse riding, rock climbing and fishing
  • Local pubs and restaurants
  • Coastal islands of Ramsey and Skomer known for their magnificent wildlife.
  • Many small natural harbours including Porthclais, Porthgain, Solva and Abercastle.
  • Glass making and other crafts
  • Art galleries, woollen mills & pottery
  • Spectacular sunsets

For more information on all Pembrokeshire’s attractions including castle and heritage sites, food and drinks, family friendly activities, spa days and spa breaks, boat trips, water sports and more, visit visitpembrokeshire.com