Adrenalin filled or get away from it all. You decide?
Pembrokeshire is the perfect spot for a weekend break.
It can be full on; throwing yourself off a cliff into a bubbling sea for fun. That’s coasteering. It can be calm and relaxing; an indulgent spa or maybe a visit to a gallery or museum.
It can be a weekend break with the girls, or boys, to be silly and roar with laughter as only friends can. It can be a chance to finally walk the last stretch of coast path that sees the whole route complete. All 186 miles done!
Your whole weekend could be spent eating an array of Pembrokeshire food and drink. Now who doesn’t like that? Throughout the year food festivals try to tempt your tastebuds with the finest ingredients Pembrokeshire has to offer.
Explore some of Pembrokeshire's towns in our '48 hours in......' series. There's Narberth, Pembroke, Newport, St Davids, Tenby and now Fishguard. Plenty of inspiration.
Great deals can be found year round with spring, autumn and especially midweek breaks getting you the best bargains.
First time visitor to Tenby Ian Smith, and his family, asks the question 'why did it take me 55 years to spend time in this fabulous town?
Need an escape? Run away to a tiny peninsula that is home to the smallest city in the UK and discover a wealth of character hidden between the cliffs and the surf.
North Pembrokeshire or South Pembrokeshire? They’re very different, you know. Travel writer Roger Thomas delves deep into Pembrokeshire’s bipolar psyche.
Tourism Department, Pembrokeshire County Council, County Hall, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA61 1TP.