Pembrokeshire offers so many diverse and beautiful beaches; you will find yourself spoilt for choice. Swallow Tree Bay, a small cove, is just a short woodland walk away, while the main beach at Saundersfoot holds the prestigious European Blue Flag award for excellent water quality and is both lifeguarded and dog free during the summer months.
Pembrokeshire Coastal Path
Pembrokeshire is the only coastal National Park in Britain and has so much to offer its visitors. Our seaward boundary allows direct access to the 186 mile Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, heaven for anyone who enjoys dramatic coastal scenery, walking and bird watching….
Ironman Wales has been proudly embraced by the County, and with the popular Long Course running in July, Pembrokeshire is fast becoming an excellent place to train, compete or spectate. We are situated on the Ironman bike course and less than three miles from Tenby, the central hub for the long course and the Ironman swim and run. One of the best days out in the calendar, we are a ten minute walk from one of the highlights of the Ironman bike course (as a spectator!) – so if you fancy a great day out, bring a cowbell and join in the fun.
Pembrokeshire offers something for everyone, and quite a few pleasant surprises….once you know the county, you will find all manner of activities and locations tucked away, often well away from the tourist trail. With a combined family presence in Pembrokeshire of over 300 years and three generations, we’ve established some favourite things to do over the years. Here we’ve listed some of our very favourite locations and activities for everyone from retired couples to large families: