The small village of Porthgain is set on a fantastic stretch of coastline with a wonderful little harbour.
The harbour is also interesting for its atmospheric ruins - once industrial buildings used to store granite before shipping in the early 120th century. There are a couple of great cafes and pubs perfect for enjoying this attractive location.
The Pembrokeshire coast path crosses the village and is great for taking in the rocky cliffs and secret coves. Nearby there are some great beaches such as Abermawr Beach to the north, and just to the south is Abereiddi Bay with its amazing man-made 'Blue Lagoon' - formed from a former quarry flooded by the sea and used for diving and other watersports.
The coast is the main attraction with the Pembrokeshire coastal path making it ideal to explore the coastline and beaches.