Including car parks, facilities & coastal buses

Top tips for visiting Pembrokeshire

Updated: 7th August 2021

Details of the First Minister’s latest statement about Alert Level Zero in Wales can be found here.

It’s been a while since we’ve had the pleasures of a holiday: it’s a precious time that we value even more now.

To make the most of your break and to avoid any disappointment, you have to plan, plan, and maybe plan a bit more! Hopefully, the tips below will help your trip run smoothly.

Face covering.

Masks or a face covering will be required to be worn in all shops and public indoor spaces as well as public transport and taxis. You may be asked to wear a mask in some hospitality settings.

Attractions & places to eat.

Some of our attractions require that you make a reservation, this is to prevent overcrowding and to assist with Track and Trace, if it is needed. Restaurants and cafes are very busy so it’s vital that you make a reservation to avoid disappointment.  Plan and book ahead are key.

Car parks.

Plan your day out. This guide to our car parks will help you to find an alternative if the one you are heading to is full and answers most questions. It includes electric charging points too. We’ve also upgraded our car park machines and systems to allow you to pay contactless or by PayByPhone.

Coastal buses.

At present, the Coastal Buses have a restricted timetable and because they are small buses, you must plan ahead and make a reservation to secure your seat. Each route has its own contact number so check out the time tables here. Face covering will be required on all public transport; trains, buses and taxis.

Toilets.

All toilets across Pembrokeshire are open and their locations can be found here.

Welsh Government has issued guidance on safer public toilets which will give you the reassurance that your safety is a top priority.

Shop local.

Pembrokeshire is jam-packed with independent shops and sellers. Everything from galleries selling magnificent works of art to tiny farm gate suppliers selling the freshest produce. We’d love it if you could support these local businesses as they re-open.

Our community pharmacies are here to help but some may have reduced staff and there could be queues. Please bring enough medication with you to Pembrokeshire. This will ensure you spend time having fun rather than trying to see a pharmacist!

Everyone is encouraged to maintain social distance in Wales.