Low impact activities and places to stay keeps everyone happy.
Have you met Glamping?
Beautiful bell tents, tipis, yurts and geo-domes with wooden floors, full size comfy beds and a wood burning stove to keep you toasty and warm at night.
Also five star eco-lodges that are more like hotels than lodges and beautifully appointed barns that generate their own electricity, and solar energy to heat the water. You’re spoilt for choice.
On days out you can plan your journey by bike or bus. Cycle routes and a patchwork of quiet lanes make cycling a dream and the coastal bus services link remote communities and attractions along the coast.
Choosing an activity provider has been made simple with the Pembrokeshire Outdoor Charter. It’s a group of like minded operators who work to ensure their adventure activities do not impact on Pembrokeshire’s coastline and wildlife.
Pembrokeshire is very lucky to have an extensive network of food producers so whether you buy your ingredients from the farmers market or eat in our tasty restaurants, the food miles will probably add up to ‘just around the corner’.
The way it should be.
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We like to think that Pembrokeshire is a green place in more ways than one, so we asked Catherine Mack to visit to check out our eco credentials.
This artists’ haunt brings you wholefood shopping, co-operative art, street cafés and some of the best fine-dining restaurants Pembrokeshire has to offer. A perfect 48-hour getaway.
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.