Pembrokeshire is the perfect place for an activity break, the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is the only coastal national park in the UK with a coastline that runs for 186 miles, most of which is covered by the Pembrokeshire Coast Path.
There is a vast diversity of terrain within the county and its surrounding waters make Pembrokeshire the perfect place to get some fresh air and indulge in the activities that you love. Whether it’s cycling in the hills to the top of Bwlch y Gwynt (1325ft) or running along the coast path above the stunning beaches of Barafundle or Whitesands, Pembrokeshire has the perfect location in which to lose yourself in the activity that you love.
All of this natural splendour provides a home for a large variety of wildlife, so as you enjoy your favourite activity you may come across anything from a seal to a peregrine falcon. These encounters are what set Pembrokeshire apart; you’ll never know what wonderful sight is waiting for you around the next corner.
There are also a great number of attractions to visit during any time out from your chosen activities, Oakwood, Folly Farm, Heatherton to name but a few. Couple this with the range of historic and cultural sites on offer such as St David’s Cathedral, Pentre Ifan and Carew Castle, it becomes obvious that Pembrokeshire is hard to beat as a holiday destination.