Beaches, Mountains, History….
The Pembrokeshire Coast is truly breathtaking and there’s plenty of ways for you to explore it.
By foot: The 186 mile Pembrokeshire Coast Path is an epic undertaking. However, you don’t need to take it all on at once! Click here to choose your own (smaller) adventure.
By road: There are endless scenic drives at your fingertips in Pembrokeshire. If you don’t have a car you can use one of the many bus services available or try Pembrokeshire Safari Tours.
By sea: What better way to explore the ocean than by being on it? Boat trips are available offering wildlife tours, island adventures and coastal cruises. Alternatively get down the beach and get wet! Pembrokeshire beaches are perfect for surfing, kayaking, coasteering and wild swimming.
The Preseli mountain range is 13 miles long and is home to some rare plant and insect species. Try Mynydd Carningli for amazing views of the hills and coast. Rosebush quarry also sits amongst the Preseli’s and is well worth a visit.
Abundant in wildlife, Pembrokeshire is the perfect place for animal lovers, twitchers and aquatic enthusiasts. Puffins, seals, dolphins, otters, and rare bats are just a few of the fascinating creatures that make their homes here.
Pembrokeshire has excellent shopping facilities. From the unique offerings of Narberth and St.Davids, to the high street brands of Tenby and Haverfordwest, there’s something for everyone. Worked up an appetite? You’ll find award winning cafes and restaurants across the county.
Pembrokeshire is steeped in history. Visit neolithic burial chambers and iron age forts, hear tales of viking raids and 18th century mining, explore Tudor houses and royal residences (Henry Tudor was born in Pembroke castle). If the weather’s not on your side, take a stroll around one of the amazing museums full of local artefacts and fascinating exhibitions.