Whitesands Bay (Blue Flag) is one the finest beaches in Wales and only a short drive from St. Davids. Glorious golden sands, excellent surfing facilities and a firm favourite with families.
A boat trip to Ramsey Island is a truly memorable holiday experience - majestic sea cliffs and a wealth of wildlife - seals, porpoises, dolphins and a wide variety of sea birds.
Puffins breed in early summer on the Marine Nature Reserve of Skomer Island - do visit any time during the season for wonderful wildlife and a real island experience.
St Davids Country Market sells local produce every Thursday during the summer months.
Magnificent St Davids Cathedral has been a focus of pilgrimage and worship for hundreds of years.
Do visit the Cathedral shop and enjoy a delicious meal in the Refectory while there.
The secluded pebbly bay, Aberbach- just over the headland from its larger twin beach of Abermawr.
The wild and remote Abermawr beach on the North Pembrokeshire Coastline
Nearby Abercastle is a picturesque harbour village popular for diving, boating and fishing
alk through National Trust woodlands down to the beach at Abermawr - lovely at any time of the year.
Enjoy fresh sea air and fabulous cliff-top walks on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path.
Melin Tregwynt, near Aberbach, is an 18th century working mill with a cafe and shop selling fine quality Welsh woollen products.
The Lochturffin Lakes - with butterflies, dragonflies and free fly fishing available.
The Farmers Arms in nearby Mathry - a traditional \'locals\' pub offering real ales and good home cooked bar meals.