From Beaches To Castles
Pembrokeshire really does have it all!
Things to do In Pembrokeshire
See some of our favorite sights to see and things to do around Pembrokeshire.
What To Do
Explore this medieval castle in the centre of Pembroke. With its roots spanning back to the early Tudors, there is plenty to explore and learn with guided tours also available. We recommend checking out Wogan’s cavern, one of the earliest known settlements in Britain!
Caldey Island Wales
Take a short boat trip to Caldey Island from Tenby, visit the famous monastry, or see how they make their chocolate in the chocolate factory. Call 01834 844453 for sailing information.
West Coast Surf School
Make the most of the Pembrokeshire Coast with Kayak Hire, Paddle boarding and surf lessons in Saundersfoot. Booking advised. 07769169624
Activities for all ages & all weathers. Outdoor & Indoor activities available – pay to play. St.Florence, Tenby.
Ramsey & Skomer
Take one of the many boat trips to these beautiful Islands which are wild life reserves.
East Nolton Riding Stables
Go for a ride along the beach or through a valley. Child or adult, novice or expert all catered for. 01437 710360
Places To See For Free
Often known as the green heart of Pembrokeshire, this manor house is situated within lush grounds, including a park and walled gardens. Visitors can pay to explore the manor house and museum.
Visit Britain’s smallest city and this spectacular building with lots of history. A longer drive, but free entry, and some nice places to eat & drink nearby. We say it’s definitely worth a look.
3 Tunnels Walk
The 3 tunnels walk takes you down an old narrow guage railway track, from Wiseman’s Bridge to Saundersfoot Harbour. Once there you can indulge in a well earned ice cream from one of the many shops.
Bosherston Lily Ponds
Beautiful, shaded walk around Bosherston Lily ponds, leading to either Broadhaven (South) Beach, or Stackpole Estate. National Trust Parking
Barafundle Bay Beach
Golden sandy beach in the heart of Pembrokeshire. Park in Stackpole Quay car park (national trust), and take a scenic half-mile walk across the cliff tops to get to this hidden gem.
Near Maenclochog. A reservoir in beautiful countryside. You can walk right around it or hire a bike or boat. If you wish you can also fish.