Pembrokeshire Coast National Park
Stunning all year around
The UK’s only fully coastal national park surrounds us and no matter what time of year you come to visit there’s always something incredible to see.
The Pembrokeshire Coast National Trail stretches for 186 miles – from St Dogmaels in the north to Amroth in the south – each stretch of which is broken down into manageable sections. Our favourite walks can be found here, but you can also view the full list here.
There are 50 beaches in Pembrokeshire! Some are easy to get to but others require a walk along the coast path, meaning they’re not as easily accessible due to terrain, steps and distances.
Two islands are worthy of a visit during summer stays. The Monastic island of Caldey is accessed by boat from Tenby and is great for family days out. Skomer is accessed from Martin’s Haven and is famous for its Puffin colony, but there’s plenty of other wildlife to see, including dolphins!
The following are our picks of the best things to see and do in and around the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park