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South-west of Wales

This is a part of the world that has been welcoming visitors since the first pilgrims arrived in St. Davids in the Middle Ages. Known for centuries as 'Little England Beyond Wales', Pembrokeshire has a mixed Welsh and English heritage that has helped define it as a very different corner of the British Isles.

The area's beautiful natural environment makes up the only coastal National Park in Britain, where you'll be spoilt for choice when it comes to outdoor activities. And when you've exhasted yourself walking the Coast Path or surfing the waves, there's no shortage of great places to stay - top quality caravan and camping sites, welcoming BB's, cosy cottages, traditional seafront hotels and stylish country houses mean there's something to suit everyone.

Generations of artists and craftspeople have found inspiration within Pembrokeshire, and you can see this in the many galleries, potteries and other craft centres throughout the region. Make sure you experience the culinary creativity at one of the many quality restaurants where you can be sure of a meal to match your appetite after a day on the beach. Look out for the 'Pembrokeshire Produce' sign - an indicator of top quality locally produced ingredients.

So why not join us here in Pembrokeshire - we're just waiting to welcome you!

The first stop for most people is our spectacular coastline – bustling beaches such as Tenby and Whitesand, the wide open sands of Freshwater West and Newport, hidden coves and harbours like Stackpole Quay and Porthgain and awe-inspiring sea cliffs and islands mean there are always new discoveries to be made.

But head inland and you’ll find plenty more. The rolling Preseli Hills with views across much of Wales; the beautiful and secluded Gwaun Valley; or the sheltered waters of the Milford Haven Waterway and the Daugleddau all await discovery.

If you’re into outdoor sports then this is the place for you, whether it’s sailing, surfing, diving or windsurfing on our clear blue seas or walking, climbing, riding or mountain biking on terra firma.

And whilst Nature has been kind to us we also have more than our fair share of man-made attractions – exciting theme parks, thrilling boat trips, fascinating museums and galleries, mouth-watering restaurants and much, much more.

You’ll never get tired of exploring in Pembrokeshire, where there’s a new discovery around every hill and headland.

The Sea Kayaking and Sailing here are amongst the best and most varied in Europe, and there are several centres which can help get you started. Underwater, there are plenty of wrecks for divers to explore, plus the Marine Nature Reserve off Skomer Island - One of only three in Britain. Windsurfers will find plenty of action all around the coast, whilst surfers can enjoy some of the best waves and cleanest waters in Britain.

Coasteering is a new sport for all ages that was developed in Pembrokeshire. It involves making your way around the coast by scrambling, swimming and cliff jumping! Rock Climbers will find some of the best sea cliff climbing in Britain and along the coastal edge there is the 229km Pembrokeshire Coast Path, a National Trail which provides truly inspiring walking.

Cycling and mountain biking are great ways to discover the area, whether you're on road or off, with the help of various cycle routes, such as the Pembrokeshire section of the Celtic Trail. Horseriders will also find some excellent bridleways and several good riding schools in the area.

Pembrokeshire has been a popular family destination for decades, and there's never been a better time to visit with the kids in tow, variety is the word.

If you want a break from the beach, try Fishguards Ocean Lab, created by the Henson Creature Shop (of Muppets fame) - here you can take an amazing simulated submarine journey back in time. Or stay with the present at Folly Farm (much of which is indoors) where the animals will be delighted to meet you.

And there's more, the animal magnetism at the Welsh Wildlife Centre near Cardigan, Manor House Farm near Tenby or the Dyfed Shire Horse Farm.

For action and excitement, Oakwood is a 'must'. With the award-winning Megafobia and the adrenilin pumping like Vertigo and TheBounce you won't be short of thrills here.

Younger children will love Herons Brook, or Heathertons new play area, where there's a good selection of activity and sports based attractions that will appeal to those 'older' children also known as teenagers and adults.

Enjoy some of the off-road action on the quad bikes at Ritec Valley and Knox Valley; take things more quietly with a tour of the cheese factory at rural Llanggloffan Farm; or experience Iron Age life at Castell Henllys Iron Age Settlement.

And don't forget about the wild off-shore waters - a jet boat trip through the rapids of Ramsey Sound with Thousand Island Adventures is a literally unforgettable adventure, whilst more relaxing trips around the islands are also available with several boat operators. Whatever you fancy you can be sure you can do it somewhere in Pembrokeshire...

No other region has so many Blue Flag beaches, Green Coast awards or Seaside Award beaches.

Golden sands and crystal clear seas are the hallmark of Pembrokeshire’s beaches, and with over 50 to choose from you’ll always find something new to discover.

Saundersfoot, Tenby, Broad Haven and Whitesand are always popular and are the places to hang out if, for you, life’s a beach. Looking for something a little quieter? Why not try the lovely Swanlake Bay, the exhilarating expanse of Marloes, or isolated Abermawr?

Surfers are spoilt for choice with some of the best surf beaches in Wales. Manorbier, Freshwater West and Newgale are just three of many, whilst windsurfers can’t fail to enjoy the open waters of Newport and Dale when a good breeze gets up.

Most of the major beaches are patrolled by lifeguards in summer, ensuring that families can enjoy their day at the beach in safety, and kids will love exploring amongst the rock pools. Barafundle Bay in South Pembrokeshire is regularly voted one of the loveliest beaches in Britain, and Caerfai near St. David’s was recently voted one of the best beaches in the world by a national newspaper!

Even the names make you want to pay a visit. Who could resist checking out tiny Cwm-yr-Eglwys, Poppit with its swathe of dune backed sands or Little Haven, where you can often watch divers heading out to sea.

Pembrokeshire, with its mild climate and fertile soil, yields a wide range of produce, from fresh vegetables to wild fruit and herbs. You can feast on top quality beef and lamb, delicious farmhouse cheeses and dairy products, home-made preserves and locally produced wines. As Pembrokeshire is surrounded on three sides by water, it's also heaven for lovers of good quality sea food, from scallops to sea bass and much more. Look out for the Pembrokeshire Produce Mark - denoting locally produced goods. All entries in this section are entitled to display the Produce Mark.

Pembrokeshire has been and continues to be something of a retreat for generations of artists and craftspeople inspired by Pembrokeshire's unique light and relaxed way of life. Pembrokeshire has some of the finest art and craft to be found anywhere in the many galleries, craft centres and potteries in the county.