Pembrokeshire Area Guide

Pembrokeshire, located in the southwestern part of Wales, is a county renowned for its stunning landscapes, diverse ecosystems and rich historical heritage. The county’s coastline is particularly famous for its sandy beaches, hidden coves and the rugged Pembrokeshire Coast Path which offers breathtaking views of the sea.

Exploring Pembrokeshire

Observe nature on Skomer Island! This island is more than just a visit to a typical nature reserve; it’s more like embarking on a Welsh safari, which has also been featured on BBC Springwatch. Visitors flock to witness not only the puffins but also the rare choughs, short-eared owls, seals and porpoises that grace the island.

Your trip here wouldn’t be complete without a visit to Britain’s smallest city, St Davids. This quaint city is known for St Davids cathedral which really does stop you in your tracks!

If you like to shop, make sure to pop in to Narberth. This small market town is filled with small independent shops offering items from artists and craftspeople that live and work in Pembrokeshire.

Outdoor Activities in Pembrokeshire

The county is a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts, offering opportunities for coastal walks, hiking, water sports and wildlife watching. The Pembrokeshire Coast Path, stretching across approximately 186 miles, is a popular route for those seeking to explore the stunning coastline on foot.

Love the thrill? Pembrokeshire is the perfect place to climb the sea cliffs, with around 6,000 routes in fantastic and dramatic positions to choose from!

Go surfing! Whether you’re a beginner surfer or more of an experienced big wave rider, Pembrokeshire offers surf spots ideal for any surfers. West Dale is perfect for experienced surfers with powerful waves and strong swells. Newgale is well suited for beginners with calmers waves, with a surf school and hire if you are looking to learn on your trip!

Manor Wildlife Park

Have some fun with the family and visit Manor Wildlife Park, Wales’ exclusive walking safari. This safari welcomes a diverse array of exotic and endangered animals from around the world! Through walkthrough exhibits, visitors have the unique opportunity to encounter these fascinating creatures up close. You will have the opportunity to feed a wallaby, share a bench with a lemur, meet red pandas face to face and engage with gibbons, giant rabbits, Cameroon sheep and pygmy goats!

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