Pembrokeshire, West Wales

With awards and accolades for the quality of its coastline, Pembrokeshire is heaven for swimmers, beachcombers, wildlife-watchers, walkers and outdoor adventurers. Its towns, villages and campsites are fantastic for family holidays, so bring your little ones. Chances are they’ll like it so much that when they have kids of their own, they’ll do exactly the same.

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A view towards Tenby from Castle Beach, Pembrokeshire

Coasting to victory

Pembrokeshire does family holidays for a living – and does it brilliantly, with amazing coastal scenery and dozens of family attractions.

Bottlenosed dolphin off the Pembrokeshire coast

Must do in Pembrokeshire

Pembrokeshire is a magnet for walkers, nature lovers, foodies and families. Discover where to go.

Sea Kayaking off Coppet Hall Beach, Pembrokeshire

Active in Pembrokeshire

Ten great adventures in Britain’s only Coastal National Park.

St Non's Coasteering

3 days’ family fun in Pembrokeshire

Discover the three-day family activity itinerary in Pembrokeshire that can keep everyone happy.

10 things to enjoy on holiday in Tenby


It was no surprise to me that the Pembrokeshire Coast Path was voted the third best route in the world in a recent poll. The coast is crashing, craggy, resembling an eagle clawing into the sea. The views constantly reward.

Kieran Falconer, Daily Mail
Newport harbour, Pembrokeshire

Newport: the quiet hero

The Pembrokeshire coastal village is a desirable holiday haunt for a family weekend away.

St David's Cathedral

Favourite St Davids spots

Travel writer Alf Alderson tells us about his favourite places to spend time in St Davids.

Penny Herbert riding on a beach with her daughter

Beach ride romance

Discover the thrill of horse riding beside the sea in Pembrokeshire.

Strumble Shuttle bus, Pembrokeshire

Pembrokeshire by bus

The coastline from Cardigan to Fishguard includes some dramatic scenery and challenging walking.