Another year over but what a year its been. We had the most amazing weather; events galore; film crews transforming Solva into Dylan Thomas' Llareggub and some great new foodie places.Continue Reading »
Welcome to Christmas in Pembrokeshire. Start the festive season with Midnight Mass in St Davids Cathedral, followed by walks on the beach,
and maybe a Boxing Day swim. Happy holidays!Continue Reading »
Abereiddy offered a spectacular backdrop to the 2014 winter ‘Man-Up in the Mud’ 10k Challenge this December, as 100 mud runners made their way to Celtic Camping for an unforgettable race. Continue Reading »
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Walking, cycling, horse riding and train are some of the more obvious ways to explore Pembrokeshire. But how about coasteering, kayaking, sailing or paddleboarding?
Rosie Fuller, editor of Adventure Travel magazine heads to Pembrokeshire to try out our renowed watersports. Will she master the 'pop'?
When it comes to ice cream in Pembrokeshire: we’ve got it licked! Fields of cows and artisan ice cream makers across the county are ready to serve up the best ice cream and sorbets Wales has to offer.
Tourism Department, Pembrokeshire County Council, County Hall, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA61 1TP.