Things To Do
“Live for moments you can’t put into words.”
Pembrokeshire offers so much for visitors and for the locals. If you’re an ‘outdoors’ person or an ‘indoors’ person, there is plenty for you to do.
With lots of local attractions and activities Pembrokeshire has lots to offer! Please see some of our suggestions.
For the Walkers
Pembrokeshire Coastal Path
Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, is 612 square kilometres in area. The breathtaking sights, sounds and smells of the sea are so spectacular. The unspoilt coastline has awarded 11 beaches with the Blue Flag Award.
For the Cyclists
Pembrokeshire Cycle Path
Pembrokeshire Cycle Path. If you’re a lover of the outdoors and enjoy cycling, then the Pembrokeshire Cycle Path might just be the thing for you. All together there is 170 miles of coastline and trails. The cycle path is surrounded by the sea on 3 sides.
Drone Flying & Photography
If you enjoy photography, videography or flying drones, Pembrokeshire has lots of open spaces and ideal locations for the perfect shot. There’s plenty of beaches, fields, hills and more to fill up your portfolio or photo library.
Fun in the Sun
Pembrokeshire Beaches – Did you know that the Pembrokeshire Coast was voted second in National Geographic Traveller magazine’s 2011 poll of the world’s best coastal destinations. Our local beach is Newgale, it has almost 2 miles of sand backed by a huge pebble bank which was formed after a rather big storm in 1859.