Happy New Year & welcome...

..to 2017: Year of Legends.

We hope you had a great time over the festivities and that your first week back in work hasn't been too painful.

So what's planned for 2017? Throughout the year we will be celebrating our epic past, present and future in our Year of Legends. 

Pembrokeshire’s landscape can tell stories of myths and legends dating back thousands of years.

Carreg Samson

Bedd Arthur

But we’re also celebrating present legends and it doesn’t get more legendary than our world renowned Pembrokeshire Coast Path: the 186 mile coastal path that leads you around our coastline or coasteering, the adventure sport that was created here in Pembrokeshire.

coastpath walker

coastpath walker 1

Pembrokeshire is nurturing future legends too. The men and women whose arts and crafts are sold across the world and those who are champions, protecting our landscape and our lives. Our talented chefs creating epic food with the finest local produce.

Solva Woollen Mill

coastpath workers

This year we’re creating something legendary. Want to come and join us?

WEATHER
 Pembrokeshire, I want more. I shall be back!  
Paul Steelewww.baldhiker.com

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