NEWPORT & SURROUNDS
Pembrokeshire is a diverse county that can boast some of the best beaches and coastal scenery, lush rolling hills, fabulous cuisine and café culture, and a huge choice of attractions for the whole family. It is a county seeped in history with numerous historic sites and castles. Discover hidden gems, from boutique craft and gift shops to local art galleries, as you explore our beautifully quaint villages and towns.
There is so much to do in Pembrokeshire, go walking along the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, horse-riding in the Preseli Hills, play golf or have a go at the many water-sports and outdoor pursuits on offer.
Discover the extensive wildlife and countryside of Pembrokeshire, visit Skomer island and you might be lucky enough to see some puffins, our county emblem. There are plenty of days out to suit the whole family at our wide selection of local attractions, including Folly Farm, Oakwood and Heatherton.
Cities, towns and villages
We are just a 2-minute drive from the wonderfully picturesque town of Newport. Enjoy our many local eateries serving local produce.
Visit some of our historic towns and villages including the port of Fishguard, a beautiful fishing village, shops, restaurants and galleries in Tenby and nearby Saundersfoot. or gifts and curiosities in the village of Solva.
St Davids is named after the patron saint of Wales, Saint David, and well worth a visit. It is the smallest city in Britain with a population of just over 1,600. City status was awarded in 1995 although the roots of St Davids go back to the 4th century when St David himself lived here. St Davids Cathedral is built from a local stone with a beautiful pink and grey colouring. It occupies the valley floor below the village. Next door to St Davids Cathedral is the ruin of The Bishops Palace which is also well worth a visit.