Pembrokeshire Activities

Known the world over for its renowned coastline and spectacular views Pembrokeshire is the perfect destination to get away from it all! Go walking, hiking, take a walk on famous golden sands or just relax with a beer and a great view! The possibilities are endless. 

Golden Gower

This daytrip takes in the stunning Gower Peninsular with its golden sandy beaches, rugged coastline and prehistoric wonders. The tour begins with a short visit to the newly refurbished Dylan Thomas Centre in Swansea to take a glimpse at the life of one of Wales’ most celebrated poets before travelling on to the Gower. Britain’s first designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty offers fantastic views of the beaches from clifftops and hills, coastal path walks, beach walks, ancient stone-age discoveries and plenty of fresh air, and this day is sure to surprise and delight all visitors to Wales. The main highlights are walking the coastal path and a visit to the iconic and award winning stretch of coast at Rhossili. Here you’ll have the chance to explore the ‘serpent in the sea’ and soak in the spectacular view of Rhossili Bay. We complete your discovery of Gower with a visit to the northern shore to visit Weobley Farm for superb views of the salt marsh and where there just happens to be a ruin of an ancient castle! Includes: Transfers - departure from Cardiff Tours and activities as noted in the itinerary  Expert local guide We can also include additional services as required, such as: Accommodation  Extended tours of Wales  Transfers to/from Cardiff Any other services you may require  Please contact us for more information. 

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Pembrokeshire Driver-Guided Day Trip

The Stunning South West! Known the world over for its renowned coastline, Pembrokeshire is a welcome retreat for walkers, hikers and those who just want to breath in that fresh Welsh sea air! Begin the day travelling along the stunning South Pembrokeshire coast to the popular harbour town of Tenby. There is plenty to explore here including the 13th Century medieval town walls, Tenby Castle, the Tudor Merchant’s House run by the National Trust and Tenby Museum and Art Gallery. Finally make a stop at Pembroke Castle, a mighty Norman Castle in a spectacular location on the banks of the River Pembroke and the birthplace of Henry VII. A boat trip to the fantastic Skomer or Caldey islands off the coast of the National Park can also be arranged. Includes: Knowledgeable local chauffer or driver-guide for the day We can also include additonal services as required, such as: Accommodation  Extended tours throughout Wales  Transfers from any entry points in the UK  Pick ups/drop offs at hotels  Please contact us for more information.

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