Surrounded on 3 sides by the sea, this remote corner of Wales has long attracted artists and photographers with its startling beauty and incredible wild landscapes. On breaks to Pembrokeshire it is easy to find your own piece of this idyll with the 186 mile Pembrokeshire Coast Path that offers some of Britain’s most breathtaking coastal scenery. Over 50 beaches dot the coast between rocky outcrops and dramatic cliffs, while small fishing villages offer a glimpse of centuries old traditions. Inland see rolling farmland and market towns selling fresh local produce, and explore Britain’s smallest city – St David’s – with its beautiful cathedral. Those looking for an adrenaline rush will love breaks to Pembrokeshire with coasteering, sea kayaking and rock climbing on offer.
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When to Visit
Below gives you information and a rating of the best time of year to visit.