Enjoy the finest areas of Pembrokeshire. There is no shortage of things to do!
Catch some of the UK's best waves by surfing on their superb breaks, scramble along the rugged coastlines, or hike part of the dramatic 186 mile Pembrokeshire Coast Path.
If these adventures sound too intense, you'll find all sorts of ancient remnants to visit, quaint villages and historical towns to explore. Then relax and unwind on one of Pembrokeshire's glorious beaches, soaking up the most serene sunsets we are so lucky to experience.
Beaches & Coastline
Experience the exquisite Pembrokeshire coastline. Marvel at the multicoloured cliffs that drop into the crashing ocean below. Find tiny coves along headlands that are teeming with fascinating wildlife and the forgotten beaches that are bordered by golden arcs of powder-soft sand.
Just around the headland from Abereiddy, this once working quarry is a popular spot for diving and coasteering.
One of Pembrokeshire's finest, glorious soft sands and loved by surfers. Whitesands has it all, easy acces, ample parking and a cafe. Stay for the sunset...it's magical!
A small sandy cove, surrounded by cliffs, to the north of Whitesands is accessible only from the coast path.
A surfers paradise! One of the most thought of views of Pembrokeshire. Pebbles and miles of sand, a great spot for all the family.
A vibrant harbour, busy with boats in the Summer months. When the tide is out a beautiful bay is uncovered where you can almost paddle round to Gwadn Beach just round the Gribbin.
A small rocky cove just outside St Davids, loved for it's rockpools which are teaming with wildlife and children will enjoy for hours.
Places of Interest
Experience the history and feel of Pembrokeshire . Immerse yourself in the stunning vistas of Pembrokeshire, but be sure to break up the scenery with delicious locally sourced cuisine. Discover the story of this historic land through its prehistoric monuments, magnificent cathedrals and cracking pubs.
Adventure & Activities
Take in the stunning sights of Pembrokeshire's rugged coastline by boat around the islands, on foot along the coast path, or even by water through activities such as coasteering, kayaking, surfing, or paddleboarding. There's an abundance of adventure for the whole family to enjoy.