Pirates, ghost tours, pop up theatre, plenty of music of all genres, a soap box derby, the Tenby 10k and not for the faint hearted Long Course Weekend. Plenty happening this July.Continue Reading »
Celebrating Pembrokeshire's first-class seafood, spectacular coastline, and fascinating maritime heritage. With events over 9 days Pembrokeshire Fish Week is a great family festival.Continue Reading »
No matter what your taste in music: classical, jazz, blues or folk, there’s plenty of festivals to keep you going right through summer and into autumn.Continue Reading »
In its 4th year, growing year on year in popularity, ‘Unearthed’ is a wonderful, boutique festival set in the heart of the countryside in a meadow near St Davids.Continue Reading »
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A true test of your metal: the Tour of Pembrokeshire returned for 2016 with vengeance! We caught up with two local riders who were tackling the tour for the very first time.
In 1969 a man proposed to a woman with a hand carved love spoon, a long held tradition in Wales. Even since then carver Kerry Thomas has been crafting spoons for his visitors to take home.
Hidden in a quiet corner of Pembrokeshire are some of the best beaches in the UK, world-renown climbing cliffs and the hottest surf beach in the country – welcome to Pembroke!
Tourism Department, Pembrokeshire County Council, County Hall, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA61 1TP.