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Pembrokeshire is a true little piece of Welsh paradise. It’s the only coastal National Park in the UK and has been recognised as one of the top holiday destinations. This Welsh coastal playground is ideal for couples and families with children looking for an escape from the daily grind.


St. Davids Cathedral


There is the famous Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, a 186-mile long footpath, which encompasses rugged clifftops and sandy beaches – as well as everything else in-between. It has been an example of almost every type of coastal feature found in Britain, including many rare species of flora and fauna. Don’t forget to stop in at St. David’s, the smallest city in Britain.



Surrounded by the sea on both sides, you can enjoy some of the best beaches in Pembrokeshire. Better still, the stretch of coastline gets 20 percent more annual sunshine than London, so there’s no wonder it is a popular beach destination.

Pembrokeshire is also popular with wildlife-watches, walkers and outdoor thrill-seekers. The Pembrokeshire Coast Path runs for 186 miles and passes 58 beaches and 14 harbours, weaving you through steep limestone cliffs, sandstone bays, and valleys. Along the coast, there are several boat trips that offer whale and dolphin watching.


Dolphins leaping out of the water


For history buffs, there is an Iron Age village that has been reconstructed to show a glimpse of what life was like there 2000 years ago. Family-friendly attractions also include the Oakwood Theme Park and Blue Lagoon Water Park. Whoever you visit with, there are plenty of things to do in Pembrokeshire.



Eager to visit Pembrokeshire? We don’t blame you. Make sure to make the most of your trip by utilising our useful guides so you don’t miss out on stunning scenery or local attractions. With tips and insider knowledge, you will be well-prepared for your trip to Pembrokeshire.