Things to do and places to visit on holiday in Pembrokeshire
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Things to do in Pembrokeshire

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Milford Haven Golf Club

Milford Haven Golf Course is 18 holes of rolling parkland, running along side the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, par 70 and 6,032 yards long and has an excellent reputation both for its condition and layout. Whether you are a member, individual or team golfer, visitor to the area or a golfing ...read more

Folly Farm

Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo is one of the top paid-for visitor attractions in Wales and winner of the Best Family Day Out in Pembrokeshire. Located near Tenby in the beautiful Pembrokeshire countryside, Folly Farm offers affordable fun days out for the whole family. There are six ...read more

Xcel Bowl

Xcel Bowl is about more than just bowling. We love Carmarthen and the people who live here. We wanted to create something to help Carmarthen thrive! So we came up with the Xcel Project. At its centre a Bowling Alley, bringing jobs and investment into Carmarthen as well as a community gathering ...read more

Pembroke Castle

Pembroke Castle is idyllically set on the banks of the river estuary. This mighty fortress is largely intact, and its endless passages, tunnels and stairways are great fun to explore. Pembroke Castle has a long and fascinating history, dating from 1093; notably, Henry Tudor (Harri Tudur), who ...read more

Pembrokeshire Falconry

Pembrokeshire falconry offers hands on experiences with birds of prey for individuals and small groups at popular Pembrokeshire tourist locations. From a tranquil walk in the picturesque countryside and through beautiful woodland with your hawk flying alongside you, to flying a falcon to the lure ...read more

Poppit Sands

Poppit Sands at the mouth of the Teifi Estuary is an extensive sandy beach backed by dunes: one of the most popular beaches in the area for swimming, beach games and water sports. There is a huge expanse of sand, so it never seems crowded. From Poppit you can start the 186 mile long Pembrokeshire ...read more

Barafundle Beach

Barafundle has been voted many times as one of the best beaches in Britain and if you take the half mile walk down the cliff path from the National Trust car park at Stackpole Quay you will see what makes it so popular. A secluded bay backed by sand dunes and pine trees with limestone cliffs at ...read more

St Davids Cathedral

St Davids is a beautiful 12th century cathedral set in Britain’s smallest city. It is built on the site of the monastery founded by Dewi Sant (St David), the patron saint of Wales. There are guided tours available or you may explore the cathedral by yourself. Check the website for special events ...read more

St David’s Bishop’s Palace

Visit St David’s Bishop’s Palace, view the beautifully decorated ruins, and learn about an important site in West Wales’ Christian landscape. Also find out how these lovely indicators of status portray the wealth and power of its former owners. Found next to the Cathedral and Cathedral ...read more

Lamphey Bishop’s Palace

This splendid palace, built in the 13th and 14th centuries, lies in pretty countryside near Pembroke. The medieval buildings and grounds were a private retreat for the bishops from everyday life and there is a still a sense of this serenity today. The estate included orchards, gardens, fishponds ...read more

Tenby Castle Beach

Accessed from the harbour or down a steep flight of steps off The Paragon, this lovely, sandy beach, sheltered by cliffs can disappear altogether at high tide. The boats to Caldey Island leave from Castle Beach at low tide when the harbour is dry. Car parking: The multi-storey car park is ...read more

Milford Waterfront

Here at Milford Waterfront, we’re building a future upon our history and creating a vibrant waterfront destination to welcome the world! Milford Waterfront is a great place for a day out! With boutique shopping, leisurely coffees with a great view, delicious food at one of the many cafés or ...read more

Penally Beach

Penally is a sand and shingle beach backed by dunes and protected from the wind by Giltar Point headland. It is an extension of Tenby South beach rather than a separate bay with a quieter feel and popular with dog walkers all year round. At low tide, it is possible to walk all the way to Tenby ...read more

Caldey Island

A pleasant boat trip from Tenby Harbour takes you to this beautiful, fascinating island. Caldey has been inhabited since the Stone Age and home to various orders of monks since Celtic times. It is now owned by monks of the Cistercian Order, whose picturesque monastery dominates the village with ...read more

Skomer Island

Skomer Island is the spectacular island home of one of our most accessible seabird colonies. The most popular bird is the puffin but there are numerous other seabirds to be seen there, too. You can take a boat trip and cruise around the island or land there and walk around the island paths. There ...read more

Tenby South Beach

Tenby South Beach is a two mile stretch of golden sand, between St Catherine's Island and Giltar Point. Backed by sand dunes it leads to Tenby Golf Club, the oldest established golf course in Wales and looks out toward Caldey Island. The beach can get busy close to the town and harbour but ...read more

Heatherton Sports Country Park

Heatherton Sports Country Park is open all year as an 'All Weather Attraction' with most activities under cover. Admission to the theme park is free, we operate a credit pass system, pay as you play or pre booked packages. You can also use our new gift vouchers This provides unique tailored days ...read more

St Govan's Chapel

The tiny 13th-century St Govan’s Chapel is perched on the cliff at St Govan’s Head, the most southerly point on the Pembrokeshire coast. A tiny cell measuring 18 by 12 feet, dating from the thirteenth century, but parts of it - the altar and a seat cut in the rock - may be much earlier. The ...read more

Lydstep Haven

Lydstep is a small village in south Pembrokeshire between Tenby and Manorbier. The beach is sand and shingle with wooded cliffs at each end, caves and dramatic views towards Caldey Island. Lydstep Beach Village Holiday Park has paid facilities including amusement arcades and an indoor swimming ...read more

Carew Castle and Tidal Mill

On a flat site by the Carew river, the castle changed from a fortress to a grand Elizabethan mansion. The castle was begun after 1100 by Gerald of Windsor with a stone tower, unusual in these first castles. This remains amid later additions made for the de Carew family in the 1280s on the east side ...read more
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