Discover more of the Marloes Peninsula

The Marloes Peninsula is a truly special place with wildlife aplenty, spectacular flora and refreshing coastal walks. Tucked away on the western edge of Pembrokeshire, it’s very much a hidden gem that’s just waiting to be explored.

So to help you discover more of the area we asked local residents, staff and visitors to share their stories about what makes Marloes special to them. From heathland restoration and thriving underwater worlds to island-hopping, sandy stretches and seal pups, our pretty peninsula’s got a lot going for it.

Tune into the Marloes video series

Marloes Deer Park

The Deer Park sits above Martin's Haven, with a wealth of wildlife, views and history just waiting to be discovered. Join National Trust Ranger Matt Thompson as he explains why it's such a special place for seals, seascapes and taking a break from it all.


Heathland restoration

Coastal heathland is a real hotspot for nature and you’ll see the habitat thriving on the clifftops around the Marloes Peninsula. Discover more about the landscape and how it has been restored as Peter Smithies from Trehill Farm shares his story.


Marloes Sands

Marloes Sands is great for family adventures, making a splash, spotting marine life on the shore and gorgeous coastal walks. Uncover the sandy stretch with the help of marine biologist and Marloes local, Sue Burton.


Marloes Mere

Marloes Mere is a fantastic spot for wildlife watching, with bird hides dotted around the wetland to help you get closer to nature. Local birdwatcher Dave Astins, who's a real regular here, shares why it's a haven for creatures great and small.


Skomer Marine Conservation Zone

The Marloes Peninsula is a designated Marine Conservation Zone, with a fascinating underwater world that’s well worth exploring. From seals to sponges, marine biologist Kate Lock reveals what you can see offshore.


Skomer Island

Island-hopping from the Marloes Peninsula is easy. Enjoy a boat trip from Martin’s Haven to nearby Skomer Island, managed by the Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales. Join visitor officer Leighton Newman as he explains why Skomer's a must-visit.

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