Active Breaks in Pembrokeshire
Whatever the season, there are lots of organised activities that visitors can enjoy. We’ve done all the pre-planning and preparation for you.
For something a little calmer, try a photo walk with expert tuition and lose yourself in a heady mixture of all the rich natural history, legends and folklore that Pembrokeshire has to offer. Don’t forget your camera on an Alpaca or Llama trek through the Pembrokeshire countryside. Lead the Llama or Alpaca on a guided walk where you’ll learn more about the history of the animals.
Our guided ghost walks and our walking with dinosaurs experience is perfect for little ones. Watch wildlife and nature up close on a boat trip or indulge in the sport of kings: falconry. We have everything covered.
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Blueberry’s Cafe is a popular cafe on the High Street in the bustling town of Tenby Outdoor Seating, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Free Wifi and more.
A delightful all-weather attraction set in the heart of Pembrokeshire. Click here to learn more!
Saundersfoot Harbour is a bustling fishing and leisure harbour idyllically perched between the Blue Flag beaches of Saundersfoot and Coppet Hall, and the dog-friendly Glen Beach and Swallow Tree Cove. Home to the Wales International Coastal Centre, there’s plenty to do from shopping and heritage to crabbing and water sports.
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Sweet Home Alpaca
Walk an Alpaca There’s nothing like getting out into nature on your own two feet. And there’s no better company than an alpaca. Get involved! Join us on one of our daily alpaca walks. When you sign up to our alpaca walks, you have the chance to meet our beautiful alpaca family in the flesh. You’ll[...]
Milford Haven Heritage & Maritime Museum
Housed in the Old Custom House in the dock area, one of the oldest buildings in the town. The museum illustrates the history of the major industries which the town has been home to.
Unearthed Festival near St Davids celebrates the expansion of consciousness from the material to the ethereal through music, debate and discussion, workshops, talks, dance, comedy, vegetarian food and drink. Areas include multiple music tents, kids and teenagers tents, healing area, sauna, cinema and more.
Ferry House Inn Restaurant
Watch the yachts and the waves roll by and enjoy fresh fish and real ales at our riverside village inn, alongside Pembrokeshire’s beautiful coastal path.
Thursday 11th January 2024 at the Plas Hotel Narberth Hot Club Gallois bring you the hottest picks of the swing era. An irresistible mix of fiery violin, lyrical vocals, virtuosic guitar and stomping bass, you won’t want to stay in your seat!
Feast brings a unique and exciting dining experience to West Wales. Join us to experience the theatre of open fire cookery, hosted in some of the county’s most beautiful locations or at our restaurant Tap & Tân, Tenby. We use the best ingredients slowly cooked over an open fire for a guaranteed fantastic depth of[...]
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Castell Henllys Iron Age Fort
Situated in the rugged north Pembrokeshire landscape, Castell Henllys is a reconstructed Iron Age hill fort. Archaeological excavation of the site has enabled the National Park Authority to realistically reproduce life as it was over 2000 years ago.
Fishguard Bay Boat Trips
On this trip you’ll see the landing place where French forces made the historic last invasion of mainland Britain, on the way to the dramatic Strumble Head lighthouse. Emerald coves and secret beaches hidden from the land, to rocks where seals bask in the sun and where porpoises feed at the turn of the tide.
Great for Nature Lovers