Festival season is here, with Unearthed in a Field, Cardigan Quay Beerfest, Milford Fish Festival and Pembrokeshire’s first Lure Festival. Continue Reading »
A total of 52 awards have been awarded to Pembrokeshire beaches; 30 Seaside Awards, 11 Green Coast Awards and 11 prestigious Blue Flags.Continue Reading »
Whitsun week is jam-packed with events for all the family. Don’t miss the Welsh Dragon Boat races at Llys y Fran, a sampling of the Really Wild Food Festival in St Davids or a rare ghost walk at Pe...Continue Reading »
The festival returns in a new location just outside St Davids and promises to be bigger and better. There'll be wild food & drinks, wild crafts and plenty of wild adventures.Continue Reading »
The days are longer and the sun is shining, well some of the time and that can only mean one thing - festival season. There’s plenty to keep you going right through summer and into autumn.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.
Who better to ask about their favourite walks than a dog? Molly the Collie interviews six of her friends to find out about their favourite Pembrokeshire dog walks.
Want to know where the best cream teas are in Pembrokeshire? Here’s a run-down of Pembrokeshire’s favourite places to take tea this summer.
Tourism Department, Pembrokeshire County Council, County Hall, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA61 1TP.