Annual Events Held In Pembrokeshire and Across Wales
St Dwynwen’s Day– the Welsh patron saint of lovers, celebrated on the 25th January in much the same way as the celebrations for St. Valentine’s Day. And if you’re looking for unspoilt beaches for romantic walks, then Pembrokeshire has a fair few to choose from. And what better way to round off a romantic coastal walk than to enjoy a fabulous meal in a cosy pub or restaurant with sea views and log fires.
St. Valentine’s Day – the most famous day for lovers the world over celebrated on 14th February. Surprise your loved one with a romantic break in Pembrokeshire and enjoy coastal walks, cozy restaurants and breath-taking scenery.
Dark Sky Events – run by the National Trust, these events are the perfect way to discover the wonder of the night skies over Pembrokeshire. Pembrokeshire has many designated sites perfect for star gazing, so check out the national trust website for tips to get the best out of your star gazing and to sign up for their events throughout the year.
St David’s Day – 1st March. Celebrate the patron saint of Wales in traditional Welsh style by wearing a daffodil or a leak in your lapel on the 1st March. Enjoy a perfect holiday in Pembrokeshire to celebrate St. David’s Day and take a trip to the smallest city in the UK, St. David’s, where the body of the patron saint is buried in the beautiful Cathedral there.
Saundersfoot Cawl Trail – this annual foodie event has grown from strength to strength and is now a firm favourite in the local events calendar. The event centres around a competition to find the best maker of this traditional Welsh dish and the winner crowned the Cawl Champion for that year. Commemorative bowls are available to purchase in the Regency Hall. Fun filled family entertainment and workshops make this a really enjoyable event for the whole family.