Wonderful Pembrokeshire, the UK’s only coastal National Parks lying on the SW tip of Wales. Its coast, surrounding the county on three sides makes it unique giving a balance of dramatic cliffscapes, wooded creeks, pretty harbours and world class blue flag beaches (13 No). Other beaches and coves add to the beauty and give differing requirements to suit all, surf, wind surf, land yachting, kite boarding, sea fishing, canoeing, climbing, coasteering & yachting to mention a few.
Often the best way to experience the Pembrokeshire Coastline is on foot by walking the costal path, calling at the many hostelries on route to refresh ones’ body and take in the scenery, fresh air and wildlife. Other circular routes take in the Coastal Path whilst those with adventure can move out and walk the Preseli Hills. But remember the unique part to remember about the County is that there is no part more than 12miles from the sea.
With the obvious being noted above there is still much more to offer inland within The County, with one of the best methods to explore is by bike, with much of the county networked by cycle routes. Visitor attractions are in abundance even to keep the most active of children, (young, old and very old) fully occupied everything from Wildlife & Animal Parks, Blue Lagoon Water Park, and Oakwood Theme Park……….. to painting of pottery and visiting the natural wildlife and history of the County.