Things to do - Pembrokeshire

Pembrokeshire has some of the oldest rock formations in the world (over 3000 million years old). Most of the county's coastline consists of rugged cliffs and coves broken up by some of the best sandy beaches in Wales. The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park covers around 230 square miles with roughly 180 of coastline. All of the park lies within 10 miles of the coast.Boat trips are available to many of the island nature reserves off the Pembrokeshire coast such as Ramsey Island off St Davids and Caldey Island from Tenby. The largest theme park in the area is Oakwood at Canaston Bridge which has Europes largest wooden roller coaster with drops of over 80 feet.


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Crymych
Crymych

Castell Henllys Iron Age Village

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Castell Henllys is the only Iron Age Village in Britain reconstructed on the exact site where our Celtic ancestors lived 2,000 years ago. Here you ...

Manorbier
Manorbier

Manorbier Castle

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Manorbier Castle is a Norman castle located in the village of Manorbier, five miles south west of Tenby, West Wales. It was the original seat of th...

Newport
Newport

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park

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The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park was designated in 1952 and is one of three National Parks in Wales. The others are the Brecon Beacons and Sno...

Bethlehem
Bethlehem

Scolton Manor

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Discover a day with a difference at Scolton Manor, Bethlehem. Theres room to roam and rooms to roam inside and out at this all-weather attraction. ...

St Dogmaels
St Dogmaels

St Dogmaels Abbey

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St Dogmaels Abbey is an abbey in St Dogmaels in Pembrokeshire, Wales, on the banks of the River Teifi and close to Cardigan and Poppit Sands. It is...

Lawrenny
Lawrenny

The Big Retreat Wales

24th - 27th May 2019

The ultimate feel-good festival The Big Retreat, Lawrenny is back from 24th - 27th May 2019. Set in the heart of the stunning Pembrokeshire Coast N...