Pembroke town guide
Pembroke, set in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, has blue flag award- winning beaches. Close by are the lively resorts of Tenby and Saundersfoot, or charming St. Davids. This tiny cathedral city is a place of pilgrimage and one of Christendom's great shrines.
Walking the Pembrokeshire Coast Path represent an extremely rewarding way to enjoy the rugged coastal scenery.
Pembroke Dock and Milford Haven have become centres of the Oil Industry by virtue of their great natural harbours. Whilst the presence of such heavy industry might detract from the rugged grandeur of the area, in reality there is still much to attract the visitor.
The offshore islands provide a haven for all types of wildlife, in particular seabirds and seals thrive here.
A haven for wildlife, this area has huge beaches, tiny bays, towering headlands and sheltered harbours.
Hire a car and visit Oakwood, an American styled theme park with white-knuckle rides and furry farm animals too.