To see and do

Pembrokeshire really is somewhere you’ll find activities for young and old, and in rain or shine.

While you can send off the history buffs to look at one of our many local castles, the kids can be entertained at Oakwood Theme Park or Heatherton Sports Park. For the golf lovers, they have their pick! There are golf courses both in Tenby and Penally.

If the Great British sun decides to shine, there are cruises departing for Caldey Island daily, our famous monk-inhabited island. You could get into nature by hiking along the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, or simply enjoy one of our many fabulous beaches for the day.

When the rain sets in why not do some muddy Quad Biking with Ritec Valley Quad Bikes, or get your wellies out for a fishing trip (remember, fish think the rain is food!). Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo is an ideal place for a rainy day, with plenty of indoor activities for all ages and Manor Wildlife Park to visit the animals. Or, of course, avoid the rain entirely and get a tour of the best of Pembrokeshire in a fabulous, warm Jeep with Pembrokeshire Safari Tours.

Visit Tenby

Probably Wales’ best-loved resort. The view of the colourful harbour is famous the world over and that colour spills right into the town centre where you can explore craft and gift shops as well as pubs, cafés and restaurants to suit all tastes and pockets.


The best way to get to Tenby is on foot along the beach – a 20-minute stroll taking you right into the heart of the town, but to go by car or taxi takes just five minutes or so.


Wandering the streets and falling upon new discoveries is a lovely way to experience Tenby, but here are some things you shouldn’t miss:


    • A visit to HARBWR Brewery where you can see how the harbour’s craft beer is brewed and of course taste the wares




    • You can also do any food shopping at the Four Seasons Fruit & Vegetable shop, the butchers in the market and you won’t want to miss the new bakery, Loafley! There is also a selection of supermarkets in Tenby; Sainsbury’s, Tesco Express or Co-op for food, drink, barbecues and other essentials.

Visit Penally

Penally Court Farm lies right on the edge of the village of Penally, a place little-changed over time where village life still thrives.


There is a convenience store located at the opposite end of the village and is around a 15 minute walk from the park and stocks everything you should need for food, drink and barbecues.


The village local, The Cross Inn, is closer still. This pub offers bars and a terrace to catch up on the local gossip, as well as a range of delicious, good value meals.


Also within easy walking distance is Penally Abbey, a fine dining restaurant where you can enjoy a more upmarket experience in a beautiful setting.


At the other end of the village is Trefloyne Manor with a popular family restaurant and an 18-hole parkland golf course. Visitors and juniors are welcome!


A description of Penally wouldn’t be complete without mentioning the legendary Penally chip van which stops 200 metres from the park.