Jaw-dropping coastline, serene rural landscape and quaint, atmospheric towns
With its jaw-dropping coastline, serene rural landscape and quaint, atmospheric towns, it’s easy to see why Pembrokeshire has been attracting holidaymakers for decades. The county also has great modern shopping, restaurants, arts and culture, and some of the best places to stay in Wales. The pace may be slower in this part of Wales, but there is plenty of fresh air and fun to be had here.
If you’re keen to sample the best food Wales has to offer then you’ve come to the right county. Pembrokeshire’s local produce is world-famous. The county is also a wonderful destination for those seeking an authentic Welsh experience. This is a county where hyper-local art and hand-made crafts reign supreme. And last but not least, Pembrokeshire’s landscape is protected by the unique Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, where along its shores you’ll find the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. The 186 miles of trail visits coves and harbours, more than 50 beaches, through towns and villages and the smallest city in Britain: St Davids.
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