Pembrokeshire visitor information
An Introduction to Pembrokeshire
Pembrokeshire is a beautiful and unique county surrounded by some of the finest coastline in Europe, comprising important seabird breeding sites and numerous bays and sandy beaches. Almost the entire coast is included in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. A large estuary and natural harbour known as Milford Haven cuts deeply into the coast, being formed by the confluence of the Western Cleddau (which goes through Haverfordwest), the Eastern Cleddau and rivers Creswell and Carew.
Things to do in Pembrokeshire
With 170 miles of coastline to visit coastal walks run throughout the area. Cadely Island, home to a monastery is a three mile boat trip off Pembrokeshire's coast. You can also spend a day coasteering in an outdoor activity day along the coast or visit Pembroke Castle.
Getting to Pembrokeshire
By Coach and Bus
National Express and Megabus travel to a variety of destinations across the region. The main bus services in the are First, Richard Bros and Pembrokeshire Greenways.
The nearest airport is Cardiff Airport which is less than a two hour drive to Pembrokeshire.
The main access to the county from the east is via the M4 to junction 49 and then via the A48 to Carmarthen and the A40 west to St. Clears. Travellers from the north, Midlands and the north of England should head for Aberystwyth and follow the A487 southwards through Cardigan to Pembrokeshire. The journey is at least 5 hours from London.
The main line from Cardiff and Swansea passes through Carmarthen on the way to Haverfordwest and Fishguard.