Top 5 reasons to visit Pembrokeshire this Summer

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Pembrokeshire, located in the beautiful southwest corner of Wales, offers a wide range of attractions and natural beauty. Here are the top five reasons to visit Pembrokeshire this summer:

  1. Beautiful Coastal Scenery: Pembrokeshire is renowned for its stunning coast path, with the unique cliffs, golden beaches, and hidden coves. Whether you’re a keen hiker or simply looking for a peaceful seaside escape, the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park offers beautiful views, picturesque trails, and opportunities for spotting the local wildlife. 
  2. Charming Towns and Villages: Pembrokeshire is home to numerous charming towns and villages that offer a warm welcome and the opportunity to experience the local culture. Tenby is particularly popular among visitors, with its colourful houses, narrow streets, and beautiful beaches. Other picturesque places to explore include Fishguard, St Davids, and Narberth, each with their own unique character and attractions.
  3. Outdoor Activities: The region offers an array of activities, including coasteering, surfing, kayaking, wakeboarding, rock climbing, and much more. Pembrokeshire provides an excellent backdrop for adventurous pursuits with its clear waters and varied terrain. With Broad Haven and Little Haven beaches on our doorstep, there is literally no stopping you!
  4. Wildlife and Nature: The Pembrokeshire Coastline is teeming with wildlife, including dolphins and porpoises playing in the waves, Atlantic Grey seals birthing on our shores, and a wide variety of rare birds such as choughs, skylarks and the stonechat choose the coastal heathland to make their home. You can embark on a boat trip to see the wildlife up close or explore the nature reserves and islands within our county, such as Skomer Island, which is famous for its puffin colonies.
  5. Historic Sites: Pembrokeshire boasts a wealth of historical and cultural sites. St Davids Cathedral, situated in the smallest City in Britain, is a notable landmark renowned for its stunning architecture. Pembroke Castle, a medieval fortress, is another must-visit attraction that offers a glimpse into the region’s past. Exploring these sites allows you to delve into Pembrokeshire’s rich heritage.

These are just a few highlights of why Pembrokeshire is a fantastic destination to visit this summer. Our County has something for everyone to enjoy!

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