Well, what a year!

It's almost over but what a year it's been.

Pembrokeshire had the most amazing weather, good and bad. Our coastline took a hammering like never before in January but we bounced back.

Finally things began to settle down and the year progressed into one of lots, and lots, of warm sunny weather, events galore, film crews transforming Solva into Dylan Thomas' Llareggub and some great new foodie places opening. You shared with us your favourite 'Pembrokeshire Place' and by the looks of it, had an amazing time exploring Pembrokeshire in 2014.

Thanks to everyone who contributed to our web site and on our social media channels. These are just a few of my favourite images from across the year.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from us all at Visit Pembrokeshire, aka Alan, Elaine and me, Claire

2014 simon hurst

Pentre Ifan by Simon Hurst

Newport, Pembrokeshire by Carl Welsby

Penguin Chick at Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo

Skomer flowers by Helen Rushbrook 

Skomer Puffin by Drew Buckley

Autumn surf school at Preseli Venture

2014 - dragon boats

Dragon Boat Racing at Llys Y Fran

Local fisherman Mark Gainfort, From Sea to Plate by Lisa Soar

The arrival of lions. Meet the Folly Farm Family. By Lisa Soar

Nearly there by Alan Turner

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The support at Iron Man Wales 2014

Filming at Solva for Dylan Thomas' Under Milk Wood

Exploring Carew Castle by Lisa Soar

Scott Thomas on Facebook

So, so many to choose from, I could spend all day looking at photos. If you have a photo with great memories of Pembrokeshire, then share them with us on Facebook or Twitter. I'd love to see them.

Merry Christmas. 


 This was my first visit to this part of the world, and I thought it was superb.  
Bill, Liverpool

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