Make the most of it

Catch the last rays of the summer and a wildlife spectacular.

Visit Pembrokeshire in Autumn

It happens all of a sudden.

One morning you wake to find a ‘nip’ in the air. The leaves have faded from darkest green to a warm brown.

Autumn has arrived.

The wildlife has a sense of urgency, making its final plans before winter arrives. Seals choose September to haul themselves up onto secluded beaches to nurture their murky white, incredibly cute, pups.

The coast path makes a great vantage point to watch these gorgeous pups. Remember to bring your binoculars. It’s best not to get too close, it will scare the pup and you’ll have mum to answer to!

The beaches have become deserted, the families have returned to their busy schedules and you get it all to yourself. Perfect for holidays with your dog.

Lazy mornings are followed by afternoon walks, then settle down to a tasty Sunday lunch or steaming hot chocolate in front of a roaring open fire.

Take everything at your own pace, re-charge those batteries and grasp the last warm rays of the sun before winter descends.

Autumn is a great time to get away to Pembrokeshire.

WEATHER
 Just come back from a week’s break in St Davids - loved the area completely, and the local people are brilliant. Highly recommended is a boat trip to Ramsey Island.  
Adam, Somerset

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