A Celtic land with an industrial past steeped in myth, legend, poetry and song. Croeso i Gymru.
Elegant suspension bridge and toll-keeper's house
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Ranger base and outdoor centre nestled between the dramatic Carneddau and Glyderau mountain ranges
A landscape untouched by a generation of progress
Follow the Cleddau waterway through tranquil, ancient woodland, expansive salt marsh and heritage-rich tidal creeks. Its journey from river to estuary is as peaceful and picturesque as they come.
Explore Southwood’s timeless landscape of wooded valleys, floral fields and craggy clifftops. Stretching straight to the sea, this charming coastal spot is full of scenic surprises.
Uncover nearly 800 years of history at the magnificent Cilgerran Castle. This striking 13th-century fortress is perched overlooking the spectacular Teifi Gorge.
Pick up the pace in Pembrokeshire’s walking country; this rugged and remote expanse of towering cliffs and rocky outcrops is punctuated with coastal paths and soaring sea views.
Solva’s jutting headlands, gentle valleys and sweeping shores all have a tale to tell. From Iron Age settlements and industry to chilling coastal chronicles, there’s lots to uncover.
A wild, sandy stretch adored by adventurous souls and nature lovers. Make the most of the coast, head inland for wildlife wows and sleep easy under the stars at our rustic farm campsite.
Escape to the Marloes Peninsula, a hidden gem nestled on the very western edge of Pembrokeshire. Stunning seascapes and a wealth of wildlife are waiting to greet you.
A colourful coastline with heaps of history, this pretty peninsula’s been a cultural hotspot for thousands of years. Discover the area’s ancestry, from Celtic life to Wales’ patron saint.
Blue Lagoon, beaches, rocks and ruins; this wild stretch of coastline is where industry and adventure combine. Dive right into the past and see how stone quarries have paved the way for thrill-seekers.
Nestled in St David’s, the visitor centre and shop is a brilliant base for discovering Pembrokeshire. Plan your visit with the team, have a browse and help support our special places.
An agricultural estate, rich in wildlife and history
Remains of an early 13th-century fortress
A ruggedly beautiful coastline of rocks, small bays and headlands to delight walkers. Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Charming 18th-century Round House and Naval Temple
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