19th March 2019 by

Posted in Easter, Family, Pembrokeshire, Spring

Discover Wales this Spring Easter Holiday

Choose an egg-citing activity filled family break in beautiful Pembrokeshire

Easter 2019 Spring Activities in Pembrokeshire

Easter in Pembrokeshire is beautiful. Everywhere you look you’ll find a myriad of colour and life. As the days get longer and the temperature rises, Pembrokeshire becomes a playground for adventure and discovery, making it the perfect place to enjoy a family break this Easter.

Circular Walks

Pembrokeshire is filled with amazing walks to suit all ages and abilities. Spring is arguably the best time to explore on foot here, with wildflowers springing up all around and animals out and about enjoying the warmer weather. Grab a bird book or flora and fauna guide, and make your own Wildlife Treasure Hunt as you delve deep into the magical Pembrokeshire outdoors.

Bosherston Lily Ponds Circular

This is a spectacular walk with ever-changing surroundings and is teeming with wildlife. Starting at Bosherston car park, the path takes you over bridges, through lush woodlands, onto sandy beaches and of course into the breath-taking lily ponds, which are in full bloom around Easter time.

Abermawr Woods and Beach

This 1-mile circular walk is a gentle, family-friendly stroll through bluebell woods and meadows, shingle beach and marsh. The perfect big adventure for little legs.

Solva and the Gribin

A 1-mile walk heading out from Solva car park and an easy climb up to Gribin headland where you can enjoy spectacular views and play at wildlife spotting. A walk around the lovely independent shops in characterful Solva is a must whilst you’re there. Check out Mamgu’s Welshcakes for a cup of tea and cake.

Easter Egg Hunts

Easter egg hunts are a long established tradition over the Easter period. They are a fun way to get outdoors and explore together, with the added excitement of discovering delicious chocolatey goodies!

Broad Haven South Beach Easter Egg Safari

Near Pembroke, 19th – 22nd April
Explore this beautiful stretch of Pembrokeshire coast in an Easter Egg Safari. Follow the clues to lead you to chocolatey treats.

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Colby Woodland Garden Easter Egg Hunt

Near Stepaside and Saundersfoot, 19th – 22nd April
A bunny has been hopping around the woodland and leaving clues to a Cadbury surprise. To find the eggs you’ll need to explore the gardens. Enjoy the awesome natural playground whilst you’re there.

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Southwood Estate Easter Egg Hunt

Near Newgale, 19th April
Southwood’s outdoor Easter egg hunts will take you through the woodland and country lanes around the estate. Follow the clues and look for the letters to spell the hidden words.

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Things to do this Easter

Rain or shine, there are endless things to do in Pembrokeshire, from arts and crafts to time travelling adventures. Our holiday accommodation welcome packs showcase the best of the west with loads of great things to do and see.

Below we’ve picked out a few of our favourites.

Welsh Wildlife Centre, Cilgerran

Outside learning, play parks, crafts and wildlife films are just some of the many things you can do here.
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Pembroke Castle, Pembroke

An amazing castle for you to explore yourselves or with a tour guide. Regular events and shows.
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Castell Henllys, near Crymych

Visit this iron age fort and go back in time with loads of activities and events on throughout the Easter break.
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Oriel Y Parc, St.Davids

18th April. Join forager Julia Horton-Mansfield on a short guided walk around the local lanes and Cathedral byways, exploring an array of abundant wild foods.
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We hope you enjoy your Easter in Pembrokeshire. Don’t forget to tag @fbmholidays in your social media posts so that we can see your adventures, and maybe feature you on our feed.

Experience Pembrokeshire for yourself this Easter with lots of family-friendly Easter fun and activities then retreat back to one of our family-ready, child-friendly holiday cottages, townhouses, apartments or lodges. Sleeping from 2 to 24, across the whole of West Wales, there’s room for the whole family to explore no matter how big or small!