Towns & villages of Pembrokeshire

Pembrokeshire doesn’t really do big towns, but it does have a city. St Davids city has just over 1400 residents, making it the smallest city in Britain.

Surrounded by sea on three sides, Pembrokeshire’s towns and villages have a huge connection with the sea, with most communities having been a trading port for one commodity or another somewhere in their past.

Newport on the River Nyfer is a picturesque small market town that spent some of its past as a herring port. Abercastle is a tiny hamlet that started life as a trading harbour exporting slate and grain.

Tenby is a gorgeous walled seaside town. Originally settled by the Normans, Tenby became a fortified town in the 13th century.

Pembrokeshire’s communities are vibrant; filled with community spirit and creative minds who use Pembrokeshire’s stunning landscape to inspire their works of art.

Take Narberth, a small market town in the heart of Pembrokeshire that has become a little bit a shopping mecca for all things Pembrokeshire; paintings, pottery, sculpture, and jewellery makers can all be found in this colourful town.

If you are thinking of visiting Pembrokeshire I have only one piece advice...JUST DO IT! You won't regret it.

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