Otter spotting, wool spinning, an Autumn Festival Cawl Crawl and making your own hawthorn ketchup are all adventures to be had this month. Not to mention hair-raising stories at Picton Castle. Continue Reading »
The award-winning Narberth Food Festival is getting ready to serve up its lively menu of treats for foodies, fun-lovers and all the family this weekend.Continue Reading »
Autumn, the season of mists and mellow fruitfulness, will be celebrated at the annual Harvest Fayre in Haverfordwest on Friday 18th September. Continue Reading »
Now in its 24th year the Tenby Arts Festival returns with an exciting and varied week long programme of music, art, poetry and plays.Continue Reading »
September in Pembrokeshire heralds the beginning of seal season. But do you know your Atlantic from your Common harbour? Continue Reading »
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Walking, cycling, horse riding and train are some of the more obvious ways to explore Pembrokeshire. But how about coasteering, kayaking, sailing or paddleboarding?
Pembrokeshire was built for the camera; stunning scenery, breathtaking views and golden sunsets. Read more about our top spots for clicking away.
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.