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Things to do in Pembrokeshire

Top recommendations from locals

From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.
Train Station
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“Wide open beach with miles of sand. Scene of many attempts on world land speed records.”
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“Gwbert is a small cliff top coastal hamlet overhanging the broad mouth of the Teifi river and Cardigan Bay. It looks across to Pembrokeshire, the curved sweep of Poppit Sands and the sea breaking over the infamous Cardigan sand bar, the site and cause of many wrecks during the years that Cardigan built and sailed wooden ships down the river, across the Atlantic, and all over the world. It is known that Gwbert was the name of an early wandering saint who is said to have landed here and sheltered in a cave. Interestingly, along with saints Pedrog, Briog, Carannog and Meugana, he is honoured in churches not just here in Wales but also in Cornwall and Brittany. At Craig y Gwbert, on the seaward edge of the Cliff Hotel grounds, are the smooth grassy earth bank remains of an extremely well defended Iron age fort. It makes a superb place to enjoy dramatic sunsets surrounded as it is by wild rocks and sea on three sides.”
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“1 restaurant, 2 pubs, 1 country club, fish & chip shop, tea room, petrol station and Mace mini market”
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“Rosebush used to be a resort in Victorian times when the railway reached here. There is a nice old Welsh pub run by the community that does pub food, and a farm selling wonderful cheeses. You can walking through the old quarry to find what we call the Skimming pool: lots of flat stones to test your skills. Or if you are feeling energetic you can park in a layby on the main road and walk up to the highest point in the Preselis. ”
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Gas Station
“Located on the road to Haverfordwest. Our local service station and small convenience store. ”
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“Premier store located within the village of St Florence, 5mins drive from Sageston heading to Tenby .”
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“This is a rural area located between Narberth and Crymych . There are many footpaths and bridlepaths located across the County and this locality. The most local is the one going through our farm. ”
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Other Great Outdoors
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“The walks around the estuary in Landshipping are amazing. (Which is good, because there is nothing else to do here except walk, as far as I know.)”
  • 1 local recommends