Whatever the weather there is always something to suit your mood. You may choose to just bask in the sunshine and take a stroll along one of Pembrokeshire’s famous beautiful beaches, enjoy swimming or surfing in the waves. You may be ready to brace yourself for an invigorating venture along the coastal path recognised as one of the great wonders of the world encountering the seals and dolphins and rare birds who populate our shores and cliffs. A hike up to the summit of Carn Ingli to commune with the angels and sheep and either gasp at the spectacular views stay hidden in the mysterious mists.

Sufficiently revived? Explore some ancient historic sites before you leave Pembrokeshire.

  • Pentre Ifan – Megalithic monument
  • Nevern Church – The site of the church St Brynach was directed to by the Angels f Angel Mountain the Pilgrims cross and the Celtic stronghold Nevern Castle.
  • Castell Henllys – Go back in time and visit Celtic Roundhouses and meet the local tribe.
  • St David’s Cathedral and Bishops Palace – Enjoy a visit to this gentle celtic cathedral, and marvel at the ruins of the Bishops Palace one of the most elaborate remains of its day. Book a boat trip to the bird island of Skomer.
  • The Preseli Hills, caer Menyn the site of the blue stones and Gors Fawr – Meet up at Gors Fawr, as the ancient tribes used to, and, like the poets before you, wonder at the power of the scenery. Roam deep into the Pressili hills and scramble over the ancient blues stones, which somehow found their way to Stone Henge and far off Egypt where they line the ceiling of the kings chamber of the Kings Pyramid of Egypt.
  • Cardigan Castle – Recently renovated and now open to the public this historic centre was the setting for the original celtic eisteddford.
  • Newport Pembrokeshire – This unofficial Newport Pembs website has a wealth of information about what to see and do in and around the Town of Newport.