There are no end of adventures and activities available in Pembrokeshire, one of them being the famous Pembrokeshire Coastal path. This 186 mile long trail has some of the most beautiful coastal scenery in Britain.
To get the most of your stay here are some ideas of what to do where to go.
- Barafundle Bay, Fresh west
- Freshwater East
- Freshwater West
- Newport Beach
- Broad Haven North
- Broad Haven South
- Marloes Sand
- Whitesands Bay
- Tenby – North, south, Castle and harbour
Activities, historical and beauty spots
- Pembrokeshire Alpaca Trekking
- Manor Wildlife Park
- Fishing and boat trips
- Pembroke Castle
- Paddle West
- Carew Castle & Tidal Mill
- Ritec Valley Quad Bikes
- Wild Lakes
- Folly Farm
- Caldey Island
- Paddle boarding
- St Davids Cathedral
- Celtic Quest Coasteering
- The Preselli Hills
- St Govans Chapel
- Bosheston Lillyponds
Where to stay
Family friendly Caravan park with great basic facilities. Shops near by and beautiful beaches just short car journey away.
Beautiful views, close to Tenby and good facilities.
This Relaxed and family friendly site is situated just outside of Pembroke and a short drive to the beach.
Idyllic location, right next to sandy Broadhaven South beach. Family site offering a peaceful environment.
Porthclais Farm Campsite is nestled on the stunning Pembrokeshire Coast, just a short stroll from the beautiful city of St Davids.
Visit gorgeous local beaches, the breath taking St Davids Cathedral, local art galleries or head out for a refreshing walk on the 186 mile long Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.
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