Making A Promise Together.
With the loosening of restrictions and the promise of brighter days ahead, this summer is warming up to be one of the most eagerly anticipated in recent memory – with record numbers expected to visit in the coming months.
So, whether venturing out to enjoy Pembrokeshire’s iconic countryside or to explore the local shops, cafes and pubs, let’s pledge to look after each other, to care for our communities, and to protect this beautiful land.
From the reopening of shops, bars, restaurants and accommodation to additional measures to improve public safety, every preparation is being made to welcome visitors safely back to the region, but before you pack the car please remember to:
- Plan every journey.
- Book pitches, accommodation and restaurants ahead of your visit, and to make enquiries wherever necessary.
- Seek out Pembrokeshire’s open spaces, explore lesser-known places and avoid crowded areas.
As restrictions begin to ease, it’s nevertheless important to remain mindful of one another, and taking care of those around us begins by taking care of ourselves. So, we must all remember to:
- Follow the latest Coronavirus guidelines, regularly sanitising hands, keeping a safe distance from other groups and wearing a mask wherever necessary.
- Act immediately if you feel unwell, by following advice, sharing information and returning home if you need to
Our appreciation of nature and the outdoors has never been greater, so it’s more important than ever that we take every possible step to preserve and protect our precious landscapes and communities:
- Leave no trace by disposing of your litter.
- Care for our countryside — by sticking to paths, leaving gates as I find them, and keeping dogs on leads when needed.
- Become a part of the place — by supporting local businesses and enjoying the culture and language when you’re here.
Pembrokeshire’s Best Kept Secrets
Pembrokeshire Walks – Lawrenny
Taking in the ancient woodlands, mudflats and spectacular meadow views of the Carew and Cresswell rivers and Daugleddau estuary, this 3-mile walk is perfect for all the family.
Walking the Golden Road
This gently undulating route, with views as far as Ireland, deep into South Wales, and north up the majestic arc of Cardigan Bay towards Snowdonia, links ancient monuments and burial places, cairns and rocky tors.
Behind the Scenes
Introducing some ‘under the radar’ beauties which lie just out of shot of those much-photographed views. Places that often go unnoticed as their more famous neighbours take the limelight.