Pembrokeshire boasts more award winning beaches than skyscrapers, more national parks & breath-taking views than taxi queues. Pembrokeshire is a county in the south west of Wales. It borders Carmarthenshire to the east and Ceredigion to the north east. Pembrokeshire County Council's headquarters are in the county town of Haverfordwest.
Surrounded by sea on three sides, Pembrokeshire’s towns and villages have a huge connection with the sea, with most communities having been a trading port for one commodity or another somewhere in their past. Here is what Pembrokeshire has to offer...
St Davids is a beautiful and unique city surrounded by some of the finest coastline in Europe. A thriving community, St Davids is a vibrant city with a sense of belonging. A favourite location of artists, travellers, pilgrims and surfers. Sun, sea and scenery. With just over 1400 residents, St Davids is the smallest city in Britain.
Newport on the River Nyfer is a picturesque small market town with a rich history stretching back to the Norman conquest and spent some of its past as a herring port.
Abercastle is a tiny hamlet clinging to a hillside on the north Pembrokeshire coast started life as a trading harbour exporting slate and grain. It’s also famous for being the landing point of the first ever singled handed boat crossing of the Atlantic from west to east.
Tenby is a gorgeous walled seaside town. Originally settled by the Normans, Tenby became a fortified town in the 13th century. Today, its walls surround the cobbled lanes and grand Georgian houses that jostle for space around the iconic harbour and its stunning beaches.
Pembrokeshire's communities are vibrant; filled with community spirit and creative minds who use Pembrokeshire’s stunning landscape to inspire their works of art.
Take Narberth, a small market town in the heart of Pembrokeshire that has become a little bit a shopping mecca for all things Pembrokeshire; paintings, pottery, sculpture, and jewellery makers can all be found in this colourful town.