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Activities in Pembrokeshire - What to do

 Horse Riding
 Leisure Centres
Welcome to our guide to activities in Pembrokeshire. Initially just an overview of what you can do in the area, we will soon add further information about each section, including locations and contact information. please be patient ... and come back to have a look again.


Sunset at Freshwater West BeachPembrokeshire has some of the best beaches in Britain. Between Amroth in the south of Pembrokeshire and St Dogmaels in the north you can find over 50 beaches. The crystal clear water and golden sands have earned many of them Green Coast awards, Seaside awards or Blue Flags.
>> click here for a list of Pembrokeshire beaches


Many of the Pembrokeshire Golf Courses are coastal courses with stunning views, and the course at Rosemarket even has it's own landing strip. A full list of the courses with contact information will be available shortly - so don't forget to come back for an update.
>> click here for golf clubs in Pembrokeshire

Horse Riding:

Riding at Nolton Haven - image from RobW-'s photostream  at flickr.comExplore Pembrokeshire by horse - it doesn't matter if you are a novice or an experienced rider. There are many riding schools and stables in Pembrokeshire and they are only too happy to cater for you - whatever your experience. Exploring the countryside on horseback holds a special fascination for many people and the many coastal and inland tracks let you see so muc
>> click here for more information on horse riding in Pembrokeshire


The scenery of Pembrokeshire can be just as exciting under water as it is on dry land - so we have been told. Pembrokeshire waters benefit from the warm gulf stream which brings some exotic sea life which is not usually expected to be seen around Britain. The subject of Diving around Pembrokeshire would warrant a completely separate set of pages, but why should we reinvent the wheel - have a look instead at the information packed site of Dive Pembrokeshire - but don't forget do come back to us!



Milford MarinaSurrounded by water on 3 sides, it is not really surprising that a vast range of watersports is available in Pembrokeshire.
If you like surfing or windsurfing you certainly will enjoy a visit, but there are also opportunities for kayaking along the Pembrokeshire coast or on the rivers. The facilities for sailing in the waters around Pembrokeshire are excellent, not only providing numerous marinas and harbours but also a spectacular view of the coastline with its rugged cliffs and sandy beaches.


Pembrokeshire is a very popular destination for walking holidays - not only for visitors from the UK - people from all over the world come for a walk around Pembrokeshire. The Pembrokeshire Coast Path winds its way through magnificent bays, past sandy beaches and spectacular headlands. It runs through the only coastal National Park in the UK and offers scenes of outstanding natural beauty. Here are some facts about the Pembrokeshire Coast Path:
  • 186 miles (299km) long
  • it has 935 signposts
  • 478 stiles
  • and 4535 steps
  • the coastpath has to be constantly realigned due to coastal erosion

Other popular areas for walking are the Preseli Hills (Bluestone Country) ,the Daugleddau Estuary and the picturesque Nevern Estuary near Newport.


Head for the skies and see Pembrokeshire from a very different angle. At Withybush Aerodrome in Havervordwest you can book pleasure flights and flying lessons on a number of aeroplanes and microlights.