• Our winters don’t get that cold, more of a brrrr cold. It’s the kind that doesn’t stop play. Prevailing winds, stormy seas and racing clouds make for long walks on deserted beaches and cliff tops. Then it’s the aarh moment. Snuggled by a pub fire with a warming drink, you begin to feel your nose again. Sink into the chair, relax and recount the day’s events. Visit Pembrokeshire this winter.

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  • We all need a little adventure in our lives: the exciting, the unexplored. To do the things you’ve never done before. In 2018 Pembrokeshire is celebrating our outstanding seascapes and shores as we plunge into Wales' Year of the Sea.

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  • Pembrokeshire’s coastline is magnificent. So diverse; plunging cliffs meet a frothing sea and crystal clear waters lapping gently in a tiny cove. Pembrokeshire’s coastline was made to be enjoyed: beaches for lazy days with the family; walking the coastal path just taking it all in and cliff jumping or coasteering to get the heart racing. How will you enjoy it?

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Welcome to Pembrokeshire

Discover Pembrokeshire and have that adventure of a lifetime.

Known across the world for its legendary coastal scenery, protected by Britain’s only coastal National Park, Pembrokeshire is the perfect holiday destination: golden sands backed by towering cliffs teeming with wildlife that are just as beautiful in summer was they are in winter.

In this our Year of the Sea 2018, we celebrate our outstanding coastline and epic shores. The Year of the Sea was just made for Pembrokeshire. Surrounded on three sides by water and with no part of Pembrokeshire being more than 14 miles from the coast you can see why we have salt water in our veins.

The best way to see our coastline is from the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, all 186 miles from St Dogmaels in the north to Amroth in the south, you'll pass seascapes of breathtaking variety, award winning beaches, harbours, inlets and islands.

Along the way you'll no doubt pass all those who just love to be in or on the water.  There's coasteering, surfing, diving, paddleboarding, kayking not to mention messing about on boats - fishing or sailing. 

Families have no end of choice; adventure parks, castles, boat trips and family festivals, they are just some of the attractions and events that will create lasting memories that are talked about for years.

And when the fresh air gets the better of you and it’s time to rest your head, you can retire to your accommodation of choice; a seaside hotel, cosy country cottage or something more unusual, knowing that in the morning you can do it all again.

A visit to Pembrokeshire will be your greatest coastal experience of 2018 whether it’s a family holiday, active break, day out or short break. Go on, take the plunge!

 Whenever Hollywood has needed a spectacular beach it has come to Pembrokeshire.  
Griff Rhys Jones

52 beaches in all and more Blue Flag and Seaside Awards than any other county in Britain. You're guaranteed to find a Pembrokeshire beach that's perfect for you.

The Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail hugs the coastline for 186 miles and has some of the most breathtaking coastal scenery in Britain.

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