For three days in November, 13th - 15th, Tenby will rock to the sounds of blues and blues related music as the 10th Tenby Blues Festival rolls into town.Continue Reading »
Halloween Spooktaculars are popping up all over Pembrokeshire this October Half-term. Castle ghost walks, Iron Age ancestors and a special River of Lights festival is awaiting for you this holiday. Continue Reading »
Fishguard opens it's door for the fifth year to welcome their Autumn Festival. Cooking, music, workshops, the Progressive Supper and of course the Cawl Crawl Challenge!Continue Reading »
The Pembrokeshire coastal path is a huge presence in peoples lives, whether you be a visitor or lucky enough to live here. At some point everyone will walk it, cross it or just stand and admire it. Continue Reading »
Over 30 stallholders, mostly small local businesses that want to add value to the wool they produce or that use wool and other fibres to produce the most beautiful crafted items. Continue Reading »
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Pembrokeshire has a long history of castle building, with everything from early motte and bailey castles to grand bishop’s fortified palaces.
Some days what the kids really need is to let off some steam - even when they are on holiday. Take a look at our top spots to let the kids run free, tire out little legs and ensure a good night’s sleep!
When the kids are full of fun family bike rides are a great way to see the countryside and burn off some excess energy.
Tourism Department, Pembrokeshire County Council, County Hall, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA61 1TP.