Escape to the western edge of Wales and explore a dramatic coastal landscape. From the ancient history of St David’s peninsula to the sweeping beaches of Marloes Sands discover the wild and wonderful on a visit to Pembrokeshire.
Things to see and do in Pembrokeshire
- Coasts and beaches in Pembrokeshire
- Find out what to see and do on a visit to Pembrokeshire in West Wales, from a beach day out at Broad Haven South to hiking around the Solva Coast, or taking a boat trip to Skomer Island.Explore coasts and beaches in Pembrokeshire
- Visiting St David's Peninsula
- Named after the patron saint of Wales, St David’s is the smallest city in Britain and is home to a wealth of history and Iron Age forts and standing stones.Plan your visit to St David's Peninsula
- Wildlife spotting at Stackpole
- Stackpole's teeming with flora and fauna all year round. Spot the infamous otters at the lakes, bats roosting in the woods or head to the acres of woodland and spot ancient trees.Discover wildlife at Stackpole
- Visiting Marloes Sands and Mere
- Get closer to nature with birdwatching on the Mere and savour the seaside sights at Marloes’ beautiful beach. Or go further afield and explore the islands off the Peninsula.Explore Marloes Sands and Mere
Our work in Pembrokeshire
- Conservation work on the Pembrokeshire coast
- Find out more about the work we do to protect and conserve the coastal wildlife and habitats around Marloes Sands on the Pembrokeshire coast.Learn more about our conservation work
- Our work at Southwood Estate
- From the traditional farm buildings to the fields, meadows and heathland, we’ve been working hard to restore the estate back to its former glory.Learn more about our work
Places to stay in Pembrokeshire
Colby’s hidden wooded valley is full of surprises. With an industrial past and a secret garden, it’s the perfect place for heritage hunting and natural play. | Mae dyffryn coediog cudd Colby yn llawn rhyfeddodau annisgwyl. Gyda’i orffennol diwydiannol a’i ardd gudd, mae’n lle perffaith i ddysgu am dreftadaeth a chwarae ym myd natur.
Discover Stackpole’s beautiful stretch of coastline for yourself. With award-winning sandy beaches, tranquil wooded valleys, wildlife-rich lily ponds, walking trails and watersports, there’s lots to see and do. | Dewch i ddarganfod y darn hyfryd o arfordir yn Ystagbwll. Gyda thraethau euraidd arobryn, dyffrynnoedd coediog tawel, pyllau lili llawn bywyd gwyllt, llwybrau cerdded a chwaraeon dŵr, mae digonedd i weld ac i wneud.
Time travel to Tudor Tenby and discover what life was like at our 15th century merchant's house. | Ewch yn ôl mewn amser i dŷ’r masnachwr o’r 15fed ganrif i weld sut roedd pobl yn byw yn Ninbych-y-pysgod yn Oes y Tuduriaid.
Wild, sandy stretch adored by adventurous souls and nature lovers . | Llecyn gwyllt, euraidd sy’n ffefryn gan eneidiau anturus a rhai sy’n caru natur.