Get on the water this Pembrokeshire Fish Week, with a leisurely kayak out of one of the most beautiful corners of Pembrokeshire.Continue Reading »
Otters at dawn, Proms at Pembroke Castle, Dylan Thomas’ writing shed in St Davids, Long Course Weekend in Tenby & Fishguard’s International Music Festival. What a month! Continue Reading »
The best street food to be had in the UK this year is our very own Café Môr’s lobster roll at Freshwater West beach.Continue Reading »
Shhh! Want to know our secrets? Hear from the people of Pembrokeshire and from Pembrokeshire’s greatest aficiaonados where their most loved places in the county are.Continue Reading »
The Pembrokeshire Fish Week festival is almost upon us; only 19 days to go! Here are some great ideas for lunch during Fish Week.Continue Reading »
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Strumble Head was one section of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path that The Rees family hadn't ticked off their list, so with an okay weather window they set out on another adventure.
Outdoor writer and photographer Fiona Barltrop has visited Pembrokeshire many times over the years but never visited Caldey Island. Last autumn Fiona finally explored the monastic island and left captivated.
Fancy a cool and low key campsite next to the beach, in an idyllic location? Pembrokeshire has quite a few, read on for our selection of 6 cracking campsites.
Tourism Department, Pembrokeshire County Council, County Hall, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA61 1TP.