About Pembroke

The sheer immensity of Pembroke’s castle is a sight to behold. It’s huge! Clamber along the battlements, explore the turrets and climb its medieval keep to take in astounding views of the surrounding region and Pembroke itself; a handsome mix of brightly coloured townhouses and historic sites where you’ll discover a good selection of shops and restaurants.

For those seeking outdoor adventures, the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park beckons. Just minutes away from Pembroke, this spectacular strip of cliffs, sandy coves and wildlife-filled islands offers so many exciting experiences. Like surfing! Some of the best surf in Britain breaks off the coast of Pembrokeshire, with Freshwater West being a particular highlight.

For adventures on dry land, hike the Wales Coastal Path which offers awe-inspiring panoramas and encompasses some of the nation’s finest beaches, including the pine-fringed, golden sands of Barafundle Bay.


Top Experiences in Pembroke

  • A historic walled town
  • Beautiful National Park nearby
  • Choice of outdoor adventures
  • Magnificent castle
  • Close to golden beaches

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A family riding bikes on a sunny day through Ty Mawr Holiday Park