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Explore Pembrokeshire

Pembrokeshire’s stunning coastline is a magnet for tourists with a plethora of beach options, with over 50 available. These beaches make for an ideal destination for a dog-friendly vacation in Pembrokeshire. Popular activities include swimming, sailing, and surfing, but there are also many secluded sandy coves for those who prefer to unwind and relax.

The National Trust is responsible for safeguarding many of the most significant sections of the coast, including those surrounding Barafundle beach, Marloes, St. Davids, Porthgain, and Dinas. Many beaches are dog friendly so you can bring your pooch to one of our dog-friendly cottages. Let your furry friends explore the sandy beaches, swim in the blue waters, and walk along the picturesque coastlines, which will surely make their tails wag with excitement. There are so many wonderful places to stay in Pembrokeshire.

In addition to the allure of the coast, visitors to our Pembrokeshire holiday cottages can enjoy a variety of other attractions, such as theme parks like Oakwood, Folly Farm, and Heatherton, as well as gardens like Colby Woodland Gardens, Picton Castle Gardens, and Begelly Park, which boasts Japanese gardens.

fun west wales boat trips

Unrivalled Coastline

The Pembrokeshire Coast Path is renowned as one of the most well-known National Trails in the United Kingdom. It crosses diverse landscapes, encompassing steep cliffs made of limestone, picturesque bays with red sandstone, and breathtaking sandy beaches. To cater specifically to walkers, the Coastal Bus Services operate throughout the year, allowing visitors to conveniently travel a few miles along the coast and then return on foot.

Pembrokeshire, notably its Coastal National Park, boasts an untouched environment that provides a habitat for a wide array of wildlife. Dolphin, porpoise, and seal-watching boat trips are highly sought after, as are excursions to the nearby islands. Skomer, Skokholm, Ramsey, Grassholm, and Caldey can be explored, offering the opportunity to witness the awe-inspiring sight of thousands of puffins, guillemots, gannets, and other seabirds.

Check out some of the most amazing walks in Pembrokeshire here. 


Pembroke Castle
Carew Castle
Pentre Ifan Burial Chamber with an elederly man standing underneath the rocks

Where to go in Pembrokeshire

Pembrokeshire has a rich history, with evidence of early inhabitation seen in Pentre Ifan, the largest and best-preserved Neolithic burial chamber in Wales. The county has been a site of conflict for centuries, with many trying to invade. This has resulted in the presence of numerous castles, including the impressive examples at Carew and Pembroke, the latter being the birthplace of Henry VII.

There are several towns and villages in Pembrokeshire that are worth exploring. Some of these include St. Dogmaels, located on the Northern tip of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, as well as Newport, Fishguard, Broad Haven, Little Haven, St. Davids, Solva, Tenby, Saundersfoot, and Amroth.

If you venture inland, you will come across Pembroke, which is known for its castle that dominates the skyline. Narberth is a favourite among food enthusiasts and antique hunters, while Haverfordwest serves as the county town.

Tenby North beach in the sunshine

Beaches in Pembrokeshire

Pembrokeshire boasts the only coastal National Park in Britain, encompassing a diverse array of beaches. Certain beaches are conveniently accessible and perfect for families, while others are more remote and provide tranquillity and isolation. They all offer excellent swimming opportunities and various additional activities, including water sports, beach games, exploring rock pools, or simply relaxing under the warm sun.

Choose from the stunning Barafundle Bay with its vast expanse of Golden sand. Gently sloping sand dunes back the beach, and the sea is usually calm and crystal clear.

Visiting Tenby North Beach is a must, and the beach stands out easily in Tenby due to the prominent Goscar Rock that juts out from the sand in the middle of the shoreline. This beach is highly revered in the area and is nestled between Harbour Beach and the graceful North Cliffs.

Whitesands is aptly named due to its long expanse of white sand that extends towards the north in the direction of St. David’s Head. Another name for this beach is Porthmawr, which translates to Big Harbour in Welsh.

There are plenty of other beaches from Freshwater East and West, Marloes Sands, Saundersfoot and Poppit, to name a few.

Memorable Pembrokeshire cottages

Whether you’re exploring Pembrokeshire with your family, pets, or a partner, we provide an array of self-catering holiday cottages in Pembrokeshire that truly feel like a home away from home. From spacious beach houses and modern apartments to cosy cottages, our carefully selected lodgings are inviting, comfortable, and have been specially selected to enhance your getaway.

Pembrokeshire is a haven for pet lovers, and we offer various pet-friendly options so nobody gets left behind. We have so many places to stay in Pembrokeshire you’ll be spoilt for choice!

Our favourite things to do in Pembrokeshire

  • Coastal Walks Along the Pembrokeshire Coast Path
  • Visit Tenby’s Historic Walled Town
  • Explore St. Davids, the Smallest City in the UK
  • Discover the Hidden Gem of Barafundle Bay
  • Boat Trips to Skomer Island
  • Visit Pembroke Castle
  • Water Sports in Broad Haven
  • Experience Local Cuisine in Narberth
  • Wildlife Watching at the Castlemartin Range
  • Relax at Freshwater West