Unspoilt natural beauty and a truly stunning coastline make Pembrokeshire one of the top visitor destinations in Wales.
A third of Pembrokeshire falls under the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, with beautiful sheltered sandy beaches, rugged cliffs, islands, coves and inlets. It is perfect for a family holiday paddling, swimming, rockpooling and looking out for the abundant marine wildlife such as dolphins and seals. The coast path winds its way through 186 scenic miles and past wonderfully rugged islands such as Skomer, Skokholm, Caldey and Ramsey.
The picturesque harbours of Tenby and Saundersfoot are among the most visited seaside holiday resorts in the county, and the rich history of the region is also a great attraction. Magnificent Pembroke Castle was the birthplace of King Henry VII, and there are many other notable sites, such as the splendid Carew Castle, Manorbier Castle, Picton, and the Bishops Palace at St Davids - site of the original monastery established by the patron saint of Wales.