Pembrokeshire is a beautiful and unique county with a stunningly beautiful coastline. Explore golden beaches, breathtaking scenery, historic castles, amazing wildlife, pretty harbour villages…and more
Discover the varied landscape of Pembrokeshire. Walk the imposing dramatic cliffs and lush green countryside that hug the coastline on the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, for 186 miles of some of the most breathtaking coastal scenery in Britain. Visit one of the 50 pristine beaches on offer, with plentiful awards to show for it. Whether you prefer long stretches of golden sands, or secluded rocky coves and rock-pooling, there is something for everyone. The Preseli Hills provide the backdrop to the cottage, with the mysterious Gwaun Valley beyond, providing many and varied walks. A host of pretty seaside villages also await your discovery. St David’s – Britain’s smallest capital will charm you with it’s tea shops, restaurants, art galleries and its magnificent cathedral. Visit Pembroke Castle, the medieval fortress where Henry VII was born.
There is also a wealth of activities for visitors in the area. You can experience sailing, surfing, bird watching, fishing, horse riding and canoeing to name a few. Boat trips around the Islands of Ramsey and Skomer are both exciting and informative. For families and thrill seekers there is Oakwood Theme Park and Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo. Or, if you prefer something less energetic a few hours spent exploring the coastal path spotting seals and porpoises is probably one of the most relaxing and enjoyable ways to discover the many delights of Pembrokeshire. Click the link below to find out more.