There's so much to discover in Pembrokeshire. Manorbier's beach-side castle is close by as are a host of top-quality beaches. To the far west, you'll find St. David's with its impressive cathedral founded by the patron saint of Wales. Fishguard offers splendid views over a busy harbour and the opportunity for that 'edge of the world' feeling with a visit to Strumble or Dinas Head.
To the north, the National Park includes the Preseli Hills, a vast expanse of green and undulating natural beauty steeped in Arthurian legend. Amazingly, the bluestones used for building Wiltshire's Stonehenge - some weighing four tonnes - were somehow transported from here in around 2150 BC!
The following websites offer further information on activities in
Pembrokeshire footstep (guided walks) - www.pembrokeshirefootsteps.co.uk
Pembrokeshire County Show - www.pembrokeshirecountyshow.co.uk
Tenby - www.virtualtenby.co.uk
Carmarthen - www.carmarthen.biz
St. David's - www.stdavids.co.uk
Visit Pembrokeshire - www.visitpembrokeshire.com
Pembrokeshire National Park - www.pcnpa.org.uk
Narberth - www.narberth.co.uk