Pembrokeshire in Wales forever holds allure for walkers, nature lovers, foodies and families alike due to the tempting mix of Victorian seaside towns and intimate coves begging to be explored.
Pembrokeshire in Wales Adrenaline lovers will leap at the opportunity (pun intended!) to throw themselves from towering craggy rock faces into deep blue lagoons as they try their hand at coasteering in Pembrokeshire. Look out for dolphins, seals, puffins and choughs among other rare breeds which return every year. Protected by Britain’s only coastal National Park, Pembrokeshire is a unique holiday destination for all seasons. Whether you want to find breath-taking scenery, historic monuments or beautiful gardens, Pembrokeshire quite simply cannot be beaten as a holiday destination.
Holidays in Pembrokeshire Beautiful Pembrokeshire boasts some of Wales' best sandy beaches and most spectacular limestone formations and makes an impressive starting point for the Pembrokeshire Coast Path (PCP). The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path finishes in St Dogmaels, a mile west of Cardigan town centre. South Pembrokeshire is a popular place with towns such as Tenby, Haverfordwest, St Davids and Penally providing plenty of coastal fun for everyone. North Pembrokeshire is a land filled with glorious Welshness where Iron Age hill forts and Celtic saints comprise the breath-taking landscape.