Dog Friendly Pembrokeshire
Welcome to Pembrokeshire Tourism
Discover why this very special part of Wales is a destination of choice for people who visit Pembrokeshire.
Legends are definitely created in Wales and Pembrokeshire is no exception.
It’s the birthplace of St David the Patron Saint of Wales, King Henry VII, the source of the historic Bluestones at Stonehenge, the location of the Last Invasion of Britain and the birthplace of Rebecca.
Recognised as being the only coastal National Park in the UK with a coastline voted second only to that of New Zealand by National Geographic Magazine, Pembrokeshire is included in a Conde Nast Traveller list of the five best National Parks on the planet and was crowned Holiday Destination of the year 2018 by BBC Countryfile Magazine.
International sporting events such as Ironman and Red Bull Cliff Diving have themselves also created legends along the Pembrokeshire coastline and have focused a worldwide spotlight on the county’s appeal and infrastructure to be able to host such events.
Take your inspiration from the outstanding natural beauty, quality accommodation, mouth-watering cuisine, fun-filled attractions and a slower pace of life.