Discover Pembrokeshire. Safely.
Wales is currently at Alert Level Zero. From 6am 26th December 2021 Pembrokeshire and Wales will move to Alert Level Two – new restrictions will be in place so it’s important that you check Welsh Government advice before visiting or travelling to Wales or within Wales. Details of the advice can be found here.
In the meantime, we will continue to dream & share inspiration for future visits allowing you to #VisitPembrokeshire.Safely
Lapped by sea on three sides, Pembrokeshire has the perks of an island, as well as the cultural riches befitting a dramatically scenic corner of Southwest Wales. An area of outstanding natural beauty.
Here, where the road ends, numerous diverse strands come together: sea and mountain, art and history, Celtic and Anglo-Saxon influences, and year-round opportunities for adventure and relaxation.
This extraordinary synthesis attracts free thinkers and creative types of all sorts, beguiling all of us who are proud to call this remarkable place our home, and most of our visitors too.
Our landscape is protected by the unique Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, where along its shores you’ll find the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. The 186 miles of meandering trail visits coves and harbours, over 50 beaches, through vibrant towns and villages, brimming with life, culture and creativity, oh yes and the smallest city in Britain: St Davids.
Away from the coast, Pembrokeshire is fantastic for family holidays – there’s no end of choice; adventure parks, castles, boat trips and family festivals, they are just some of the things to do and events that will lift your spirits and create lasting memories.Explore by Map