Things To Do

From beautiful sandy beaches to historic castles, adventurous activities to walking with dinosaurs, sailing on the waterway to golfing, leisure parks to walking the coastal path, Pembrokeshire has it all!

Everything that any holidaymaker could ever want plus a micro climate which enhances your chances of CATCHING A FEW RAYS. In fact you might just fall in love with Pembrokeshire life and choose to move here permanently!!

With all this fresh sea air and activity you will probably be hungry and thristy and to cater there are cafes, bars, restaurants and children friendly pubs galore. Watch the sunset from pub beer gardens on the waterway or visit one of the top restaurants in the country, the Plantagenet in Tenby.

Beaches

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Pembrokeshire Coast

Tenby

Tenby north & south, Broadhaven, Barafundle and Freshwater West and Freshwater East on your doorstep - long & crescent shaped.


Pembrokeshire National Park & Wildlife
Ramsons (Wild Garlic) at Stackpole Estat
Wheatfield, Pembrokeshire National Park













Green activities are well catered for as we live in or are surrounded by the Pembrokeshire National Park and you can even go off shore to the islands and watch the seals!


Walk the coastal path (though probably not all in one day as it is quite long) seeing the flora & fauna. There's also been significant development work carried out on the cycle paths around the whole area.


Wildlife



Coastal Walks & Rambling

Ramblers at Marloes Sands

Ramblers on the Pembrokeshire Coastal Trail above the Marloes Sands Cliffs.





Boat Trips & Fishing
The coastline of Pembrokeshire is fabulous and can be best experienced from the sea.



Do you have a boat? No problem there's 26 miles of sheltered waterway on the Milford Haven for boating, water skiing, fishing and just plain fun.

You can even sail to Ireland twice a day with Irish Ferries from Pembroke Dock.

Boat Trips to Skomer Island

Sea Fishing



Castles

Pembroke Castle

Pembrokeshire is Castle Country! you will find a fantastic collection of castles and palaces across the county and they are all have there own story to tell.

Just around the corner from freshwater East you will find Lamphey Palace, Pembroke, Manorbier & Carew Castles (and that's not all of them!).

There's also the cathedral and Bishop's Palace at St David's.

Go on go explore!










Theme Park, Adventurous & Leisure Activities
For kids of all ages there's The Dinosaur Park, Heatherton Activity centre, Folly Farm, Pemberton's chocolate factory, Oakwood Leisure Park, golf courses, leisure centres, museums, boat trips and cycle paths.



Folly Farm
Megaphobia at Oakwood Thempark



Adventure activities for sailing, kayaking and windsurfing all at hand.




On-site Activities
Enjoy a day on the beach


Communal Gardens

At the village you have the "Longhouse " bar/restaurant newly constructed offering fine dining and quick snacks throughout the day in summer along with evening entertainment.