The beautiful county of Pembrokeshire in south-west Wales is home to almost 200 miles of stunning coastlines, beautiful parks, and exciting towns. With plenty of amazing Pembrokeshire beaches to discover, there's plenty for families do here, making it one of the best places to visit in Wales. Pembrokeshire is an hour's drive from Swansea and two hours away from Cardiff.
Pembrokeshire's biggest attraction is its incredible beaches. There's so much choice when it comes to great beaches in Pembrokeshire, whether you want a hidden gem an hour's walk from the nearest road or a city beach in one of the county's seaside towns. The best beaches found on the Pembrokeshire coast include Barafundle Bay, Manorbier Beach, and Freshwater West beach. All these can be seen with a walk along the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, which stretches for 186 miles along the south-west Wales coastline, forming part of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
There are plenty of towns and cities to discover in Pembrokeshire such as the UK's smallest city, St. Davids, where you can visit the impressive St. David's Cathedral. Visiting the seaside town of Tenby is another item to tick off the list of things to do in Tenby, including a trip to one of its four brilliant beaches. You can discover more about the rich history of the area by visiting Pembroke Castle in Pembroke, a well-preserved fortress dating back to the 12th century. Other important towns in the county include Haverfordwest and Newport, Pembrokeshire.