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Things to do in Pembrokeshire West Wales

The sea surrounds Pembrokeshire on all sides and on a clear day you can see across to Ireland from various vantage points.

A haven for wildlife, walks and the freshest seafood; all set in a wild and incredibly beautiful landscape.

The Pembrokeshire Coast Path is 186 miles of meandering trails with coves and harbours, over 50 beaches taking you through vibrant towns and villages.

Other Adventures to Discover

We certainly have enough to keep you occupied for days!

Pembrokeshire is fantastic for family holidays – adventure parks, castles, boat trips and festivals. We are excited to add our unique offer to this stunning, year-round destination.

See Visit Pembrokeshire  to explore more days out nearby.


Pembrokeshire has everything from contemporary hotels to self-catering cottages and b&bs. With such a wide range of accommodation there are options to suit every taste and budget. We are working on developing our own camping facilities. Plans include a range of pitches from hardstanding with full services through to grass pitches. The site will have all the amenities you need to enjoy your stay. Facilities will include electric hook-ups, water points, toilets and showers, a wash up area and access to the site’s main facilities such as the café, playpark and activities. Pictured: Roch Castle, Guest Accommodation.

See and Do

While you are in the area why not travel back to a prehistoric age at Castell Henllys Iron Age Fort, stop off at sandy Saundersfoot or talk to the animals at Folly Farm? Pembrokeshire is also a great place to eat and drink, famous for its fresh sea food and dishes made from the finest local produce. Look out for The Pembrokeshire Produce Mark, when buying locally. The logo shows that the product you are buying has been made in Pembrokeshire and includes food and drink producers, artists and craftspeople, hospitality establishments, which use Pembrokeshire food and drink on their menus, and retail outlets, which sell locally-made items.