Croeso - a very warm and friendly welcome to beautiful Pembrokeshire. The county's Welsh name is Penfro meaning Land's End are literally on the edge of Britain!

Things aren't quite the same here as most other parts of the UK ....... there's a different pace of life. Here people make time for each other.

The slower pace of life inspires visitors to relax if they want to unwind, but Pembrokeshire is a fantastic outdoor activity playground too. So you have a choice: go home refreshed and chilled out, or invigorated and totally exhausted! Whichever sort of holiday you prefer, you will find a wonderful range of stunning beaches, beautiful scenery and a lovely 'laid back' way of life around you.

About a third of the county is protected in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, including the entire coastal strip, the Preseli Hills and the upper reaches of the Daugleddau Estuary. This is the only predominantly coastal National Park in the UK with over 50 beaches and 14 harbours. It is also renowned for its long distance Coast Path but there is a network of inland paths and bridleways as well, taking you to ancient hill-forts, deep wooded valleys, winding rivers and secluded hamlets, making the area a walkers' paradise.

In summary ... this unique county is a treasure which once discovered you will want to return to again and again. And you will be welcome!

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