A time for laughter and creating cherished memories.
A beautiful landscape with a protected coastline makes for an awesome natural playground.
We have beaches galore: small and secluded or wide and open. Ideal for rockpooling, bodyboarding or just plain sandcastle building. Even the teenagers will struggle not to smile with all the water sports on offer.
Boat trips to the islands are a ’must do’ family adventure. Experience a high speed dash across bubbling tidal flows to spot puffins, seals, dolphins and if you’re lucky a whale or sun fish.
Adventure and theme parks are perfect when it’s not a beach day, or highly qualified activity operators can provide tuition in a whole range of sports. There’s so much to keep everyone entertained; you’ll need to go home for a rest.
And at the end of an action packed day, you can retire to a contemporary hotel, a home from home cottage or secluded campsite complete with an open fire knowing you can do it all again tomorrow.
We met Sian and James to talk about Gather-a two week summer event at Fforest, and to mull over the benefits of simple things: food, friends and fire.
Having criss crossed the globe, travel writer Paul Gogarty explains why he hasn't found anywhere that can quite eclipse the Pembrokeshire coast.
The Golden Road, running along the spine of the Preseli Hills (Mynydd Preseli), is one of the finest high ground walking ways in Wales, with views as far as Ireland.
Tourism Department, Pembrokeshire County Council, County Hall, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA61 1TP.