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Pembrokeshire has plenty to offer visitors. If you are in the mood for an action packed day full of fun, a relaxing beach break or a casual stroll, there is something for everyone. Here is a few of our personal choices:

Manor House Wildlife Park

Manor House Wildlife Park is a conservation-led zoo right here in Pembrokeshire. You will find endangered species from all corners of the world!


Open all year round with activities to include archery, go karting, paintballing and more! Heatherton offers a day full of fun with indoor & outdoor activities for all the family to enjoy!  

Folly Farm

Folly Farm is an adventure park and zoo, packed with exotic creatures, farmyard friends, rides and adventure playgrounds.


Oakwood theme park offers a fun-thrilled day out with rides and attractions such as Megafobia (voted best wooden rollercoaster in the UK), Vertigo, Pirate Ship and many more!


Tenby proudly offers it visitor’s miles of award winning blue flag beaches. In Tenby there is the harbour beach, castle beach, north beach and south beach all within walking distance of each other. Further afield there are various beautiful beaches that can be reached by car, for example Freshwater East  and Freshwater West where 2010 film “Robin Hood” starring Russell Crowe filmed scenes due to its untouched picturesque setting. Barrafundle was named as one of the best unspoiled beaches in the world, in fact there are so many we can’t name them all.

Take a look at all the beaches Pembrokeshire has to offer HERE

Coastal Path

Opening in 1970, the Pembrokeshire Coast Path was the first National Trail in Wales and is one of 15 National Trails in Britain with some of the most breath taking coastal scenery in Britain.

Plan your walk HERE