Visit Pembrokeshire for its gorgeous rolling landscape, golden sandy beaches and breath-taking coastal scenery - voted 2nd best in the world by National Geographic. The pristine clear waters and flourishing wildlife - including rare sea birds, seals, and dolphins - combine to make Pembrokeshire one of the very best holiday destinations around. Start planning your dream escape with our luxury range of hand-picked holiday cottages for all occasions.
There are so many wonderful beaches to choose from including popular favourites such as Newgale, Whitesands, and Barafundle Bay - consistently voted one of the UK's best - to a huge variety of quieter coves around the county. The world-famous coastal path makes Pembrokeshire a truly iconic walking destination, while the evolving colours throughout the year gives each season its own unique feel
As well as its stunning natural scenery, Pembrokeshire is brimming with charming villages, towns, and gorgeous little seaside hamlets. Visit the tiny city of St Davids with its grand cathedral and fascinating history or the popular seaside town of Tenby with its blue flag beaches and bustling tourist scene. Amble lazily around the coast and stop by various beachside favourites including Little Haven, Porthgain, Dale, Freshwater or Saundersfoot to name just a few, or simply find your own secluded section of coastal tranquillity.
History enthusiasts can explore a spectacular collection of middle-age castles such as Pembroke, Carew or Haverfordwest, as well as visiting some of the UK's oldest and best-preserved Neolithic artifacts. Visit Pentre Ifan in the Preseli Hills for a classic rendition of a Neolithic burial chamber made with the famous Pembrokeshire Bluestone as well as several other significant sites around North Pembrokeshire.
Wildlife watchers are spoilt for choice with an assortment of rare sea birds like Puffins and Manx Shearwaters - which nest in abundance on Skomer Island - to Dolphins, Porpoises, and Seals which can be spotted on boat trips and coastal jaunts around the county.
What's more, there's a lovely mix of family-friendly attractions, such as Oakwood and Folly Farm to various sea-faring activities such as surfing, canoeing or coasteering at the world-famous Blue Lagoon. Pembrokeshire really is a perfect holiday destination and it's easy to see why so many tourists keep coming back year after year. Whether you're looking for a romantic getaway or a fun-filled, family escape, you'll be sure to find your own slice of Pembrokeshire paradise.
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Pembrokeshire is home to the smallest city in Britain, St Davidâ€™s. The 12- century cathedral isnâ€™t the only attraction there, with independent and quirky shops and restaurants, the city is sure to charm you. If getting outdoors in the gorgeous landscape is more your thing, you are spoilt for choice in the county. The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park boasts a range of paths, all providing stunning views and an abundance of wild plants and animals. The beaches along the coast vary from the golden sands of Barafundle Bay to idyllic coves such as Church Doors, each as captivating as the next. Explore the remote and unspoilt Preseli Hills while staying at your Pembrokeshire holiday cottage. The wild and breath-taking mountain range hides a selection of historical sites and ruins, including castles, harbours and burial chambers, providing the opportunity to soak up the rich heritage and culture of Wales.
Carew CastleSet in a beautiful location, Carew castle overlooks a 23 acre millpond. Carew Castle was built as a family home for Gerald de Windsor and his young wife, Princess Nest. There is a magnificent tidal mill within the grounds to explore too, which is included in the entrance fee. There are guided tours during the day, a visitors centre, picnic areas, a cafe serving delicious home made cakes, local ice cream, welsh cakes, as well as local ales and cider. Well behaved dogs on leads are welcome
Folly Farm Adventure Park and ZooVoted the 10th best zoo in the world by TripAdvisor, Folly Farm is sure to entertain all the family. Indoors you will find an impressive vintage working funfair, soft play areas, the indoor petting barn, restaurant, coffee shops, burger bar, refreshment outlets and gift shops.
TYF Adventure St DavidsOffering fabulous one of a kind adventures for all ages. Why not try coasteering, kayaking, surfing, exploring caves and seeing wildlife up close, such as dolphins, seals and birds on this stunning coastline.