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There is a lot more to see in Pembrokeshire than Corgis. Don’t believe us? National Geographic actually rated the Pembrokeshire coast as the 2nd best coastline in the world with over 50 beaches across 186 miles of coastline. This is no surprise it is beautiful. Although, the beaches aren’t the only attractive part of the region. Starting off with the obvious, Pembroke Castle, where King Henry the VII was born. Construction is said to have started as long ago as 1093 on particular parts of the castle, known for its absolutely stunning scenery. Just off the coast of Pembrokeshire, is a small island called Caldey Island with a recorded history going back over 1,500 years the castle is home to a modest 40 people who live their permanently. Caldey Island makes a wonderful place for a day trip. If you’re feeling like speeding things up a notch from one of Britain’s few holy islands to Oakwood Theme Park, Wales’ biggest theme park, featuring over 40 rides. The theme park goes back to 1987 when they opened at the time as a small family fun park they only featured a water slide, a wooden fort, go-karts and a 3D style cinema experience. Now, they boast an impressive 40 individual rides at their theme park and are proud to be called Wales’ biggest theme park.

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Pembrokeshire - West Wales
Blue Shark charters is the only dedicated charter fishing vessel running fishing trips from St. Justinian’s harbour on the outskirts of Britain’s smallest city St. David’s.
Pembrokeshire - West Wales
Beautiful peaceful surroundings, three amazing lakes set in the heart of the valley this is the perfect place to fish and relax.
Pembrokeshire - West Wales
Welcome to The Bug Farm – a research and visitor centre like no other.
Pembrokeshire - West Wales
Receive a warm welcome in their tea room, Cawdors, where you will enjoy delicious homemade and locally sourced cakes.
Pembrokeshire - West Wales
If you're an animal lover, don't miss out!
Pembrokeshire - West Wales
Ever wanted to see lions, rhinos, giraffes or penguins up close?
Pembrokeshire - West Wales
Views from the top are tremendous and the castle's natural defensive position on a rocky promontory overlooking Milford Haven is immediately apparent.
Pembrokeshire - West Wales
Whether it’s an adrenaline-fuelled experience or a magical adventure, Oakwood Theme Park has thrills for all.

Great Family Days Out

Pembrokeshire - West Wales
Pembrokeshire, a unique and enchanting experience awaits those seeking a connection with nature unlike any other: Pembrokeshire Alpaca Trekking. The rolling hills and breathtaking vistas provide an idyllic backdrop for this unforgettable adventure. As the morning sun casts its golden hues upon the sprawling countryside, a small group of eager adventurers gathers at the rustic barn of the alpaca farm.
Pembrokeshire - West Wales
Take a boat trip to remember around Pembrokeshire’s beautiful shores.
Pembrokeshire - West Wales
What is coasteering? Everything you may have been told not to do at the beach as a child.
Pembrokeshire - West Wales
Professional boat trips for all ages and abilities.
Pembrokeshire - West Wales
Trampoline Centre, Cafe, Soft Play
Pembrokeshire - West Wales
It‘s a fun-filled waterpark that guarantees thrilling aqua-adventures.
Pembrokeshire - West Wales
Your perfect day out in Pembrokeshire
Pembrokeshire - West Wales
At the beautiful Cilgerran Castle, you may learn about almost 800 years of history.

Culture Vulture Days Out

Pembrokeshire - West Wales
“This is a treasure, a little jewel of a place; perhaps the most attractive small museum in the country.  Or the world.”
Pembrokeshire - West Wales
There is always something new to see and do at Pembrokeshire’s Award Winning Castle & Gardens…
Pembrokeshire - West Wales
Colby's secret forested valley is teeming with surprises. It's the ideal location for heritage seeking and natural recreation, with an industrial history and a hidden garden.
Pembrokeshire - West Wales
Upton Castle Gardens is one of Pembrokeshire’s hidden gems and a must-see for gardening enthusiasts or anyone wanting to experience real peace and tranquillity.
Pembrokeshire - West Wales
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Pembrokeshire - West Wales
For the past 1500 years prayer and worship has been offered to God on a daily basis which continues to this day.