Alongside the events, which include walks, fishing excursions, food demos and photography sessions, visitors are spoilt for choice when it comes to seafood. A huge number of the local cafes and restaurants are running special menus and offers to coincide with the event, meaning you can gorge on the freshest expertly-prepared fish, shellfish and local produce while taking in the dramatic setting.
Pembrokeshire Fish Week opens on June 25-26 with Milford Fish Festival, a family focused fish-themed celebration at Milford Fish Docks. Here you can learn the basics in how to prepare and cook fish, chomp your way along a chowder trail and enjoy the sounds of local musicians.
We've fished out five stand-out activities for visitors to the festival to enjoy in-between scoffing.
Take the chance to explore a spectacular area of land that is usually reserved for officials in the Ministry of Defence. The Castlemartin Range, used for training people in armoured vehicles, is a designated Site of Special Scientific Interest. This 6.5 mile (10 km) walk, starting at Stack Rocks, takes you past pre-war farm buildings, old ruins, majestic coastal scenery and secret coves. As the area is home to lots of rare wildlife, you'll have a great chance to see uncommon plants, insects and birds too.
Fishguard springs to life with an afternoon of family fun at the seaside. See expert cooks demonstrate how to prepare fish then sample the fish barbecue. Little ones can have their faces painted, enter the sandcastle competition or have a dance to local bands performing live. There's also a tug of war competition, stalls lining the streets and an exciting raft race at the end of the afternoon.
Fish week BBQ by Pembrokeshire County Council
Ever wondered where seaweed comes from? Join fellow foodie adventurers on an exploration of the Pembrokeshire coastline and upper seashore. When the tide is out, the guide will talk you through the sea vegetables that lie on the shore, from dulse and sea spaghetti to the famous Welsh laver. You'll get a chance to try them fresh from the sea and learn how to use the seaweeds in your everyday cooking.
There's no better time to have a go at fishing than at an official Fish Week. Pembrokeshire Federation of Angling Coaches are giving anyone over the age of eight the chance to learn how to fish in the beautiful Llys-y-Fran Reservoir and Country Park
. You don't need to bring any equipment or have a special permit as this is all provided.
For more information on all the events in the festival, visit www.pembrokeshirefishweek.co.uk