The Fishguard Autumn Festival, now in its 4th year, is a mix of local food, drink, culture and entertainment. New for this year is the Fishguard Artisan Market and Micro Brewery event.Continue Reading »
Apple picking, wool spinning, an Autumn Festival Cawl Crawl and making your own hawthorn ketchup are all adventures to be had this month! Continue Reading »
With a host of celebrated chefs ready to cook up a storm, the 2014 Narberth Food Festival will be a mix of good food, great talks and demonstrations.Continue Reading »
Tenby Arts Festival is now in its 23rd year and this year promises to be better than ever. Boasting talented local performers and internationally acclaimed artists, choirs and seaside fun. Continue Reading »
1500 of the fittest athletes from around the world are making their way to Pembrokeshire this weekend to take part in Ironman Wales on Sunday 14th September.
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Choose between two super-scenic road trips that take in Pembrokeshire’s prehistoric past, its famous myths, legends and saints, a fascinating historic house and Britain’s smallest city.
Many of us are drawn to the sand, but no one has quite the affinity with sand that Marc Treanor has, so we spent a morning watching a master at work.
North Pembrokeshire or South Pembrokeshire? They’re very different, you know. Travel writer Roger Thomas delves deep into Pembrokeshire’s bipolar psyche.
Tourism Department, Pembrokeshire County Council, County Hall, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA61 1TP.