In celebration of Dewi Sant or St David, the patron saint of Wales, the whole country is swathed in red, white and green and either a leek or daffodil is worn with huge pride. But who was St David?Continue Reading »
Music, theatre and a film festival… Spring brings forth an abundance of exciting nights out. Get a St David's Day blessing from the bishop, go otter-spotting at dawn or get into shape with the outd...Continue Reading »
The Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series is making a very welcomed return to the UK and its heading straight back to the Blue Lagoon at Abereiddy, Pembrokeshire.Continue Reading »
Stargazing, nature trails, honing your bushcraft skills and a singing festival are all on offer in Pembrokeshire this half term - so what are you waiting for? Get down here! Continue Reading »
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A not-so-hidden gem, Narberth boasts one of the best high-streets in the country. Think independently owned shops and galleries, boutiques, excellent café’s, and one of the busiest music venues in the county.
Pembrokeshire has a long history of castle building, with everything from early motte and bailey castles to grand bishop’s fortified palaces.
Travel writer Ferne Arfin explores the UK for About.com and in need of some R&R, she headed west to Saundersfoot in search of bliss.
Tourism Department, Pembrokeshire County Council, County Hall, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA61 1TP.