Enormous! is the only way to describe this beach; it’s almost 2 miles of sand backed by a huge pebble bank formed after a BIG storm in 1859
The deep waters off Pembrokeshire, is the perfect place to see whales, dolphins, porpoises and even the occasional whale!
Famous for being the birth place of Henry VII, father to Henry VIII. An enormous oval castle, mostly surrounded by a serene mill pond
Voted by The Times and The Good Holiday Guide as one of the top ten beaches in the world
Freshwater West Beach
A vast sandy beach with sand dunes, used for filming films such as Robin Hood and the last Harry Potter
A pretty fishing village with great coastal walk
The smallest city in the UK, courtesy of the stunning cathedral, shrine of St David, the patron saint of Wales who brought Christianity to the country
Skomer is the largest of the thousand Pembrokeshire islands and is a must for wildlife ethusiasts. You can see puffins, grey seals and manx shearwaters to name but a few..
Horse riding on the beach for all levels of experience
Dating from 1100 with a key role in the history of Wales
A quaint fishing village – at low tide, it’s a beautiful cove but at high tide a wide sandy beach and you can walk all the way to Broadhaven.
The Narberth award winning, food festival takes place usually in September every year. September 22nd – 23rd 2018