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Local Attractions -



The magic of Pembrokeshire, the only wholly coastal National Park in Britain has to be experienced first hand to appreciate its spectacular scenery, wonderful wildlife and extensive heritage which make it such a joy to explore.

The historic coastal town of Tenby, with its maze of narrow streets is close by, on the other side of Monkestone Point, with its superb natural harbour and impressive architecture providing one of the most scenic backdrops.

Below are a few activities that can be experienced while staying in Pembrokeshire.







Iron Man Wales 2015 - Returning to Pembrokeshire.

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park - Walk the coastal path and experience the wonderful coastline with its many magnificent beaches, villages and coves. www.visitpembrokeshire.com

Colby Woodland Garden - Beautiful woodland valley garden with year-round colour in Pembrokeshire.

Pembrokeshire CoastlineVisit Barafundle Beach, voted the best place in Britain to picnic, together with Freshwater West the location for the filming of Harry Potter and Robin Hood staring Russell Crowe.

Boat Trips can be taken from Tenby to nearby Caldey Island with its Franciscan monastery.


Saundersfoot harbour - Fishing trips and coastal tours can be booked from the fish market, or take to the sea by hiring a pedalo or kayak.

Folly Farm Adventure Park & Zoo - For a great family day out visit Folly farm to see the see hundreds of animals and the only giraffes in Wales.www.folly-farm.co.uk

Oakwood Theme Park   Pembrokeshire’s no.1 theme park for thrilling rides and an exciting day out. www.oakwoodthemepark.co.uk

Heatherton World of Activities - Something for the whole family including karting, golf, paintball and numerous other activities, Open all year round whatever the weather. www.heatherton.co.uk

Manor House Wildlife Park - As seen on ITV Wales and operated by well known designer Anna Ryder-Richardson  See wild animals like you’ve never seen before. www.manorhousewildlifepark.co.uk

Blue Lagoon - Experience the big wave, chutes and lazy river, a family day out for all ages. www.bluestonewales.com

Cwm Deri Vineyard - Enjoy a tasting of our wines and liqueurs, either in our shop or on our patio and terrace, with a commanding view over the vineyard, and beyond to the National Park. www.cwm-deri.co.uk


Carew Castle and Tidal Mill with restored Tidal Mill, walk & picnic area.

Pembroke Dock Sunderland Trust - Discover the history of the flyingboatand its links to Pembroke Dock.www.sunderlandtrust.org.uk

Carew Control Tower - The control tower at former R.A.F. Carew Cheriton or to use the correct British terminology, watch office, is a must visit for RAF enthusiasts. www.carewcheritoncontroltower.co.uk

Pembroke Castle - This mighty fortress is largely intact, with its endless passages, tunnels and stairways it is a great place to explore. www.pembroke-castle.co.uk

Tenby Museum - Tenby Museum stands as the oldest independent museum in Wales, displaying predominantly local collections of natural history, geological specimens and archaeological finds. www.tenbymuseum.org.uk


Skomer Island - Sail from Martin’s Haven near Marloes to experience the wonders of islands’ wildlife which includes birds, seals and the symbol of Pembrokeshire, the puffin. www.skomer.co.uk

The Botanical Garden of Wales - This Garden is a great place to visit all year round, to see British and foreign plants,  A visit to the Tropical House will leave you wanting those plants in your garden.  www.gardenofwales.org.uk

Cenarth Falls - Visit the spectacular waterfalls, where salmon can be seen leaping in the autumn.  To this day the traditional coracle is still used on the river.

St Davids - Visit the smallest cathedral city in Britain. www.stdavids.co.uk

The Gwili Railway - Revival of the GWR branch line through the Carmarthenshire hills. www.gwili-railway.co.uk



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