For a more comprehensive resource on things to do in Pembrokeshire, see the Visit Wales website.
Walking & Hiking
If you love walking & hiking then Pembrokeshire has 186 miles to cover on foot. See beautiful coastline, ancient chapels, wildlife and a variety of flora & fauna as you walk your way around this fantastic county.
Pack a lunch, put on your boots and get going it will not disappoint you!
If you love fishing then head to St. Davids and visit Blue Shark Charters to get out and go fishing. Or you could visit Tenby for great mackerel fishing or Milford Haven to take in the harbour and boats.
Bass or bream, mackerel or mullet the county has it all to offer. A beautiful coastline to take in as you relax on a boat and do a spot of fishing.
If you love the water, sand and sea then Pembrokeshire offers great coasteering opportunities all over. Plenty of providers such as:
So go wild get rock-hopping or even wild-swimming you may be lucky and see the dolphins while your out and about.
Nature Watching on Ramsey & Skomer Island
Both Islands have an array of wildlife from puffins to seals, rare choughs and wild flowers galore. See the wardens in action and or take a trip around the islands by boat to find out about the wildlife on offer:
Cycling the Celtic Trail
The Pembrokeshire National Park provides great cycling across a diverse terrain. The Celtic Trail takes you through the best routes that encompass the coastline from Fishguard to the rolling hills of St. Davids.
Kayaking in Pembrokeshire
The Pembrokeshire coastline is incredible, and what better way to explore all the little nooks and crannies than in a kayak? There are plenty of kayak providers available in the area including:
Our swells are as good as anywhere with beaches like Newgale, Freshwater, White Sands and coves like Abereiddy and Abermawr we have something for all surfers to enjoy from novices to experienced surfers.
Experience riding on the beach or across the countryside, Nolton Riding Stables has it all.
Looking for something different to do in Pembrokeshire in 2019?
In addition to the beautiful beaches and coastline we also have fantastic countryside and rolling hills to explore.
From Iron man to the Unearthed festival to the largest three-day county show in Wales you have lots to choose from and go and see. If you are interested in music, food, culture, history, sports, language or nature, we have it all on offer in Pembrokeshire.
St Davids Cathedral Festival
24th – 31st May, St Davids Cathedral
Come and see a historic and atmospheric venue at one of Wales oldest cathedrals.
Really Wild Food and Countryside Festival
25th & 26th May, Oriel y Parc, St Davids
A celebration of food, crafts and culture that originate from the Pembrokeshire countryside.
Pembrokeshire Street Food Festival
14th - 16th June, Tenby
The best street food Wales has to offer in one street food festival.
Pembrokeshire Fish Week
22nd - 30th June, Various Venues
This is a countywide, multi-site, week-long event of gourmet evenings, children’s activities and barbecues. It is eagerly anticipated year on year and features the finest fish from our shores.
21st – 23rd June, Cerbid, Solva
A family-friendly alternative festival offering activities, music mixed with vegan food and live acts over three days.
Fishguard International Music Festival
20th July – 2nd August, Various Locations in North Pembrokeshire
Celebrating of 50 years of classical music in Pembrokeshire.
The Edge Festival
2nd – 4th August, Solva
A festival of music, literature and sporting events in the picturesque harbour town of Solva.
Pembrokeshire County Show
13th - 15th August, Haverfordwest Show Ground
This is the largest three-day show in the Pembrokeshire. Fun for all the family and a great day out with everything from food, farm machinery and stalls.
Tenby Blues Festival
8th - 10th November – Located in venues around Tenby
Showcasing the best of local, national and international blues acts across a variety of venues in the town.
Carol Services at the Cathedral
From Mid-December onwards, St David’s Cathedral comes alive with beautiful music and song for the festive season. Go along to see the splendour and soak up the spirit.
Seal pup season
September offers the chance to view seal pups along the various coves on the coast path. Seal pups on beaches mean autumn has arrived. Just take care not to disturb them in their natural habitat.