If you want to get out and about, here are some of our favourite things to do in Pembrokeshire…



  • Stunning rock formations and turquoise waters at the Witches Cauldron. On a low tide, swim through the caves.

  • Exhilarating and informative trip in a rigid inflatable around Ramsey Island.

  • Trips to the RSPB sanctuaries at Ramsey Island and Skomer Island.

  • See the bleeding yews and celtic cross at Nevern (find the deliberate mistake in the Celtic knot work) and see the Ogham writing within the church.

  • Barafundle Bay in South Pembs. Possibly the most beautiful beach in the country? A ten-minute walk to the beach along the cliff top makes it refreshingly uncrowded.

  •  Bosherton Lily Ponds. 

  • Circular walk around Dinas Island from Cwm yr Eglws stopping to have a drink or lunch at The Old Sailors in Pwll Gwaelod. 

  • Visit the Blue Lagoon at Abereiddy and walk the coastal path to the old industrial harbour of Porthgain with its watering holes and gallery before the walk back.

  • Walk to the top of Carn Ingli over looking Newport Bay.

newport pembrokeshire coast path sign
  • A visit to St Davids, the smallest city in Europe to see the cathedral and Bishop’s Palace.

  • A drink at “Bessie’s” (Dyffryn Arms) in the Gwaun Valley. Bessie serves her ale from a jug through a hatch in her front room. Bessie herself is a fountain of local knowledge and goings on.

  • outdoor pursuits centres can arrange anything from surfing lessons to climbing and abseiling to coasteering and kayaking, PLEASE LET US KNOW IF THIS INTERESTS YOU.

  • Walk around St. David’s head, recently voted one of the most romantic walks in the country.

  • Visit the magical windswept peninsula of Strumble Head with its lighthouse and stunning walks.

  • See work in progress and browse the beautiful merchandise at the internationally renown Melin Tregwynt (Woollen Mill).

  • Solva Harbour is one of the most photographed in the country and is worth a visit also for its shops and galleries and the walk along the “Gribbin”.

  • Catch a film or performance at Theatre Mwldan in Cardigan.

  • St Govan’s Chapel.

  • Browse the independent boutiques in the market town of Narberth.

  • Pre-history and mystery in Ty Canol woods. For the explorer in you, see if you can find St Brynachs Cave.

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