And best of all, there are plenty of places to watch for the flip of a tail or the skim of a curved body in the blue, from on land.
If you’ve got any photos or tips and tricks for seeing porpoises and dolphins, let us know on Twitter and Facebook, or get involved with the hashtag #mypembsplace and tell about your favourite dolphin spotting spot in Pembrokeshire.
In 1969 a man proposed to a woman with a hand carved love spoon, a long held tradition in Wales. Even since then carver Kerry Thomas has been crafting spoons for his visitors to take home.
The rugged shoreline of Pembrokeshire also offers outstanding opportunities for anglers. Here are just a few of the many productive spots for rock fishing.
Rachel Broomhead from Country Walking Magazine pulls on her walking boots to explore North Pembrokeshire’s coastline on a 2 day walk between Solva and Trefin.
Tourism Department, Pembrokeshire County Council, County Hall, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA61 1TP.