Pembrokeshire is blessed with some lovely natural attractions, no matter what you are looking you will find it.
Experience the fascinating history of some spectacular castles and ancient monuments, or take a stroll through colourful gardens gathering inspiration. Enjoy the thrills and spills of action rides with your family at an adventure or theme park.
There are some amazing boat trips you can take to explore the islands and wildlife of Pembrokeshire from a view point other people rarely get to see. Not forgetting to make sure you sample some of local Pembrokeshire cuisine whilst you are here. If in doubt – just ask a local.
When the sun shines your options are endless – and when it’s not shining you are also spoilt for choice. There are lots of theme parks like Oakwood or mountain bikes and literally thousands of horse riding and pony trekking possibilities.
If you are more inclined toward beauty and being pampered (aren’t we all) then you can always spend an afternoon wrapped up in seaweed to help rejuvenate your skin at the Celtic Haven Spa (just outside Tenby) There are also lots of other Spa’s available, just take your pick of what they have to offer.
There is now the internationally recognised 186 mile Pembrokeshire Coast Path that winds its way through all of these amazing landscapes giving you some fantastic scenery and wildlife encounters. There is a new experience waiting for you around every corner.
All this incredible landscape comes within the boundaries of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park – Britain’s only coastal National Park.
It’s not just the landscape that’s varied. Where else could you visit an island that is home to an order of Cistercian monks with their vow of silence or visit a beach, famous not only for its surfing but also as a movie set for Harry Potter and Robin Hood?
There are so many quaint old towns and villages in Pembrokeshire it’s sometimes a good idea to visit them all. From Coastal towns perched high on the cliffs like Tenby or Llawhaden (a tiny hamlet with its fortified bishops palace) or Porthgain with its history of brick making. Narberth is a shoppers paradise, this small market town excels with small independent shops providing an outlet for many of the artists and crafts folk that live and work in Pembrokeshire.
When you’re exploring Pembrokeshire it wouldn’t be complete without a visit to Britain’s smallest city,St Davids. St Davids is a beautiful and tiny city with only 1600 residents. Tucked away, the cathedral that gives St Davids its city status is hard to spot, but once discovered its breathtaking magnificence is there for all to see.
There is so much to discover and so many experiences to be had, you just need to get out there, explore Pembrokeshire and see what adventures await you. Have fun