Wonderful Pembrokeshire, lying on the SW tip of Wales, is the UK’s only coastal National Park. The coast surrounds three sides of the county. In fact, nowhere in Pembrokeshire is more than 12miles from the sea! The county offers dramatic cliffscapes, wooded creeks, pretty harbours and world-class blue flag beaches. Numerous beaches and coves add to the beauty and provide all manner of entertainment: surfing, wind surfing, land yachting, kite boarding, sea fishing, canoeing, climbing, coasteering, and yachting to mention a few.
One of the best ways to experience the Pembrokeshire coastline is on foot, by walking the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, calling at the many hostelries en route to refresh one’s body and take in the scenery, fresh air and wildlife. Other circular routes take in the Coast Path, and the Preseli Hills are not far away. Exploring by bike is also popular and much of the county is networked by cycle routes
Visitor attractions are in abundance, appealing to all age groups: wildlife and animal parks, Blue Lagoon Water Park, and Oakwood Theme Park, castles, pottery painting to name just a few.