Enjoy a boat trip to Ramsey Island (RSPB Reserve) for a real memorable holiday experience - seals, porpoises, dolphins, majestic sea cliffs a a wide variety of sea birds.
Do visit nearby St Davids, Britain's smallest city, with a magnificent Cathedral nestled at its heart and a range of interesting shops in which to browse.
'Pebbles Yard' in St. Davids - one of the many cafe's and galleries to relax in.
The Chapel of St Non and sacred well sits along the spectacular Pembrokeshire Coast Path and is believed to be the birth place of St David.
Enjoy a thrilling gallop across the beach or a quiet hack in the beautiful Pembrokeshire countryside - Nolton Riding Stables cater for all levels of riding abilities.
A stunning sunset over the North Pembrokeshire coast.
Visit the Woollen Mill at Solva for a beautiful range of traditionally made fabrics and rugs, along with hats, scarves, gloves and much more. There is also a picnic area and cafe.
The Solva River at Middle Mill is a peaceful spot.
'Alan the Alpaca' - these graceful creatures can be spotted enjoying summer sunshine in fields near Middle Mill, Solva.
The Solva River.
For all your local groceries and a warm friendly welcome, pop into Bay View Stores in Upper Solva.
The Raul Speek Gallery in Solva has colourful Cuban paintings and workshops are available for all ages.
Number Thirty Five on the banks of the river - delicious ice creams and mouthwatering home made cakes.
At low tide walk the sandy foreshore of the Solva River round to the sheltered little beach of Gwdan.
Solva is a picturesque harbour village with painted cottages, galleries, art and craft shops and a range of good places to eat.
Solva Sailboats on the quay offer boat trips and also an opportunity to try your hand at learning to sail, kayaking and powerboat tuition.