Pembrokeshire is a very lively place to live and visit. There are many things to do no matter what your interests. An outing on a boat is an extremely popular choice with boat trips varying from fishing to all out exhiliaration. There are many attractions to visit across the county from historic to modern, energetic to relaxing and all of a high standard. If youwant more of a focus choose a course. Many offer 1 day or short courses to enrich your holiday. Agricultural shows feature strongly in our county and run in with estivals of food and music. Many of an extremely high standard. Why not try something new today?
Rated 5 star on Trip Advisor! Take a boat ride with a difference around Pembrokeshire's offshore Islands. Whale & Dolphin spotting in the Celtic Sea, Ramsey Island and it's Atlantic grey seals and propoise, or Skomer with the Puffins. We have a trip for all.
Internal seating for all passengers - no sitting on outer tubes Environmentally friendly craft using straight unleaded fuel for 94% fewer fuel emissions The duration of our boat trips is one and a half hours, including exhilarating high-speed sprints across open water, and plenty of opportunity to see wildlife at very close quarters on the cliffs and in caves on the west side of Ramsey Island.
Wildlife adventures: Ramsey and inshore islands; offshore dolphin and whale watching; specialised jet manoeuvres.
No propellers to damage wildlife.
The original Pembrokeshire
jet boat experience!
Britain's foremost adventure boat specialist. Sole landing rights for Ramsey Island, Offshore Whale and Dolphin trips, guided walks and cruises with an RSPB Warden to Grassholm and Ramsey Island, exciting jet boat or leisurely cruises. Visit our website www.thousandislands.co.uk
Voyages Of Discovery
Specialise in providing guided
marine tours of the inshore and offshore Pembrokeshire
SUITABLE FOR ALL AGES AND ABILITIES
Whales in Wales
Blog of sightings
The seas around Wales hold an astonishing number of Cetaceans from Dolphins to Fin Whales. This site aims to share sightings of these wonderful creatures.
Also of interest:Seatrust
Special events are held throughout the year at this popular Pembrokeshire hotel, from fine dining feasts to traditional music and light opera evenings. Non-residents are very welcome.
brings you Archaeological and Historical tours, guided by qualified archaeologists.
The tours include our popular day trips that take you to some of the archaeological gems in beautiful Pembrokeshire.
Welsh Wildlife Centre
Set in a 264 acre Wildlife Trust Nature Reserve. Outdoors - let loose in the Adventure Playground, explore 4 themed Walking/Cycling Trails, pop into Bird Hides. Join the extensive indoor/outdoor Activity programme. Indoors - enjoy the Children's Play/Learning Area, live Webcams (including Skomer island), Films, Wildlife Gift shop and a Real Food Café in a stunning setting.
was built in the 13th Century
The principal rooms were remodelled in the 1750s by Sir John Philipps the sixth Baronet, with plastered rooms and fireplaces by Sir Henry Cheere. There are 40 acres of Woodland Gardens, a shop, restaurant and an art gallery all of which are open to visitors.
Pembrokeshire has a great variety of artists working in the county. Many with galleries you are welcome to visit.
Great Gardens of West Wales
Seven breathtakingly beautiful gardens in West Wales have come together to promote their magnificent gardens. Participating gardens are: The National Botanic Garden of Wales, Aberglasney Gardens, Upton Castle Gardens, Cae Hir Gardens, Picton Castle and Gardens, Dyffryn Fernant Garden, and Colby Woodland Garden. Each garden will offer an attractive discount or special offer to visitors presenting the GGWW leaflet/passport.
Flying Boat Visitor Centre Pembroke Dock
displays a Pegasus engine and many other items already recovered from the site of T9044, which is close to the Pembroke Dock waterfront. These parts are being conserved by many members of our volunteer team. Visit us to see the many displays, photos, uniforms and medals, models, artefacts, memorabilia and interactive items for small (and big!) children.
Walking skills Courses
Perfect for those who want to walk in the beautiful hills and moorlands, for those who look forward to a well-earned break with quality cottage accommodation which represents good value for money, for those who either want to pack in as much as they can or, alternatively, slow things down.
We offer very flexible walking skills packages to novice walkers and to those who have some experience but would like to know more.
Healthy holidays designed to bring a sense of lightness, rejuvenation and wellbeing as well as the opportunity to connect with your inner self. Similar to a health spa, Yoga and health retreats at Awelfan offer an individual and unique experience. Truly treat yourself to an all inclusive or half board retreat near the coast in breathtakingly beautiful Pembrokeshire.
We run half-day leatherwork 'taster' sessions which are a fantastic opportunity to try your hand at leatherwork. A full four hours of 'hands-on', with professional tuition. Let us guide you in making a small project while learning the basics of this age-old craft. Our taster sessions are equally suitable for children over the age of 6 years. Based in a beautiful 19th Century Welsh chapel near Narberth. Booking is essential.
The Art and Soul Room
is a purpose built mosaic studio near St Davids. Mosaic workshops for beginners to advanced.
One day to a week.
Prices include tuition, basic materials and use of studio and equipment.
Friendly, relaxed atmosphere. Small groups.
combines the experience of flying birds of prey with the gorgeous views of the Pembrokeshire countryside. Book your place today and enjoy one of our magical experiences.
is a not for profit social co-op which offers a wide range of services for schools, groups, teachers and individuals. We aim to educate and inspire people of all ages and abilities to recognise the natural creativity within themselves and the world around them.
provide opportunities to handle hawks and enjoy the sport of falconry. We aim to give you an opportunity to have a hands on experience of handling and flying these magnificent birds, seeing them at close quarters and experience the thrill of them returning to your gloved hand as you walk through some of the most beautiful countryside Wales has to offer.
Trekking through some of the most spectacular scenery the Pembrokeshire National Parks has to offer. A small family run business two miles from the Ferry port of Fishguard on the Strumble Head Peninsular.
Providing details and location of the excellent community halls in Pembrokeshire.
Key features of the information presented are:
- a location map with directions
- contact details for bookings
- the accessibility of each venue
- resources and equipment available
- searchable regular events taking place in the halls.
- how to hire hall