As Britain's only Coastal National Park, Pembrokeshire boasts 52 beaches and more Blue Flag and Seaside Awards than any other county in the UK. The 186 miles of coastal path has some of the most breathtaking coastal scenery in Britain.
Crystal clear waters make it perfect for adventure activities like surfing, coasteering and stand up paddle boarding. Visitpembrokeshire.com has lots of activity based advice on all of the above + horseback riding, climbing, golf and all the many activities our unique county has to offer.
On the farm there is a woodland craft centre which runs courses throughout the year, skills include fire making, shelter construction, woodland crafts, tree and plant ID and uses and are suitable for all the family.
Please enquire at time of booking.
Pembrokeshire's not short of castles, historic places and ancient sites.
The landscape is peppered with everything from mysterious prehistoric tombs to medieval castles and Celtic religious shrines. Pembroke Castle and Carew Castle are probably the finest castles in Pembrokeshire whilst
Manorbier Castle is a Norman baronial residence overlooking the beach. It was described by Gerald of Wales as "the pleasantest place in Wales" and is a magical place to visit.
Good Trails, South Pembrokeshire www.good-trails.com
Big Blue Experience, Newgale www.bigblueexperience.co.uk
Outer Reef Surf School, Freshwater West www.outerreefsurfschool.com
Celtic Quest Coasteering, Abereiddy www.celticquestcoasteering.com
Bushcraft, Little Pencoed Farm www.buzzardchrisbushcraft.co.uk
Restaurants and Pubs
Strike out on foot for a pint at Cresswell Quay or a short drive will take you to the Lawrenny Arms or Lawrenny tea rooms for locally sourced food.
Further afield is the award winning Cafe Mor, a seafood shack based at Freshwater West beach, or head into Tenby for a variety of good restaurants and pubs.