Grab the first warming rays of spring sun.
As the days begin to lengthen, it’s the perfect time to walk the coast path and watch Pembrokeshire burst into life. The bare and quiet hedgerows of winter suddenly echo to the tune of song as the local bird life find their voices. The flowers jostle to get the first rays of the warm spring sunshine and then burst to reveal a riot of colour. It’s a dazzling sight.
Migrating birds return home from their epic journeys to the Pembrokeshire islands. A boat trip is the best vantage point to appreciate the numbers of birds, the noise and smells!
Spring is a good time to grab a bargain with accommodation providing great offers to tempt you from your hibernation.
A spring break to Pembrokeshire is the perfect antidote to a long winter.
...and really wild it was! For it's tenth year founder Julia Horton- Powdrill and organiser Ian Griffiths from Celtic Camping, pulled out all the stops!
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.
Rosie Fuller, editor of Adventure Travel magazine heads to Pembrokeshire to try out our renowed watersports. Will she master the 'pop'?
Tourism Department, Pembrokeshire County Council, County Hall, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA61 1TP.