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Pembrokeshire, Tenby and St Davids

Tourist Information Centres

Tenby TIC
Tel: 01834 842404

Haverfordwest TIC
Tel: 01437 763110

Fishguard TIC
Tel: 01348 776636

Press Contact

Alan Turner
Tourism Marketing and Development Manager
County Hall
SA61 1TP
Tel: 01437 775517


Pembrokeshire is a great place to come for a relaxing holiday at any time of the year. It’s also a fantastic activity playground so you’ve got a choice: go home chilled-out or totally exhausted, take your pick! Whichever you prefer, you’ll be overwhelmed by the stunning beaches, the gorgeous scenery and the lovely laid back pace of life. www.visitpembrokeshire.com

What's on Offer


With 12 Blue Flag beaches, 32 Seaside Award beaches, 14 Green Coast Award beaches and 39 beaches recommended by the Marine Conservation Society, Pembrokeshire has some of the best beaches in the UK.
The RNLI provide lifeguards on all the principal family beaches in the summer but if they, collectively, had one piece of advice to give it's 'don’t take inflatables in the sea as it is really easy to get blown out'.

Places to Visit

Oakwood is usually top of the list. It’s Wales' only theme park with some world-class white-knuckle rides. Folly Farm is perfect for tots & older kids with plenty of indoor facilities but teenagers might prefer the activities at Heatherton or quad biking at Ritec Valley. There are castles, burial chambers, galleries, nature reserves, woollen mills; the diverse list just goes on and on. The latest addition is The Blue Lagoon indoor water park.
Visit www.wheretogoinwales.com


Queens Hall in Narberth and The Torch Theatre Milford Haven. There are also theatres at Haverfordwest and Fishguard. Cinemas in Tenby and Haverfordwest.


Haverfordwest is the main county town. The award winning Haverfordwest farmers’ market is held every other Friday. Narberth is a shopping paradise, with numerous individual shops and great places to eat.

Eating Out

Look out for the 'Q' logo, our Pembrokeshire Produce Mark Scheme can help you in identifying establishments that serve or sell local produce, or products made within the county.
Visit www.pembrokeshireproduce.com

Recreation & Sport

Our West Coast location is ideal for surfers, windsurfers and sailors. Walk the 186-mile coastal National Trail. Cycling on traffic free routes through the countryside. Golf is a favourite with 12 courses, links and parkland.
Visit www.explorepembrokeshire.co.uk and www.golfpembrokeshire.com

Holiday & Activity Centres

The 7 activity centres across the county will make sure you have some seriously good fun, whether it be on land or sea. Or try one of our specialist providers; all are experts in their field with a wealth of experience.
Visit www.activitypembrokeshire.com

Conference & Business Facilities

Contact Karen Williams Tel: 01646 682818


Estimated number of bed spaces:: 95000

Serviced: 10887
Caravan and Campsite: 57570
Self Catering: 24582
Self Catering agencies: 6
Holiday Parks: 6

Getting There


The M4 from London takes you straight onto the A48/A40. From the North and Midlands, there’s the M6 and M5.


Trains from London Paddington, Manchester, Bristol and Birmingham bring you directly into Pembrokeshire.


Irish Ferries from Rosslare to Pembroke. Call 0990 171717.
Stena Line from Rosslare. Call 08447 70 70 70.


Cardiff International Airport is just over 1 hour.