The Beach

The Surroundings

The Cottage

Pembrokeshire is the most popular holiday destinations in Wales, attracting hundreds of thousands of tourists each year. It is a region of  natural beauty that has adapted to offer  more visitor attractions than other counties in Wales. Pembrokeshire coastlines is  over 350 miles  of rugged, weather-beaten cliffs and beaches. Tourist  towns such as St Davids, Tenby and St Dogmaels littered with golden sandy beaches have a charm of their own unique to Wales and Pembrokeshire. Tenby, for example  has a lovely walled town centre and fantastic beaches and postcard pretty  harbour, while  St Davids is noted for its  impressive twelve century Cathedral and close proximately to one of Pembrokeshire’s best surfing beaches.  That was the first time I ever went to St Davids, just driving thru looking for the beach.

The Pembrokeshire coastal path which works its way around the impressive coastline is a must to see and walk. The national park the path runs thru was created over 55 years ago and has been a pain for planners ever sinceJ  and then we have the remains of some the most impressive castles in the UK.  Pembroke, Carew (and mill), Cilgeran all built by the Normans many years ago.

There are a number of  nature reserves in Pembrokeshire. Skomer for example  is home to a variety of  bird and marine  life.  And then we have the Blue flag beaches of which Poppit Sands is one of them!