Pembrokeshire Tourist Information

St Davids Cathedral, Pembrokeshire, Wales

St Davids Cathedral, Pembrokeshire, Wales

Situated in the far South West of Wales, Pembrokeshire is home to numerous award-winning beaches, the country’s only coastal National Park and a host of top golf courses. It also home to Pembroke Castle, the birthplace of Henry VII and the majestic St David’s Cathedral. The Pembrokeshire coast offers a haven for water sport enthusiasts with fantastic surfing waves available at Whitesands Bay and Freshwater West.

Windsurfing at Milford Haven, kite boarding and kite-landboarding are also all popular activities around the coast or explore the scenery on foot or on horse-back. Fishguard is a popular spot for diving and there are thought to be up to 350 wrecks situated off the Pembrokeshire coast for you to find. The area is also popular with nature lovers and bird watchers with Skomer Island and Ramsey Island easily accessible by boat.

Choose from a superb range of accommodation in Pembrokeshire including pretty holiday cottages at Tenby ideal for a family seaside break and country cottages ideal for a group walking or water-sports holiday. Stay in a period property with wood burner and four poster room for a romantic break or treat yourself to a luxury hotel overlooking the Pembrokeshire coast.

Michelle is an experienced travel writer with iknow and has travelled extensively across the UK, Spain, Portugal and the USA. When she’s not busy writing for iknow she enjoys spending time touring museums and art galleries and seeking out the best independent shops in Manchester and Leeds.