Pembrokeshire is renowned for its beautiful National Trust Beaches and, of course, the Coastal Path which is particularly memorable in Spring with its carpets of wild flowers and in Autumn when baby seals are to be seen on the rocks. The National Geographic Society have named it the second best coastal destination in the world.
There is Golf at nearby Priskilly Forest, surfing at Newgale, riding in Fishguard and swimming at the Sports Centre in Fishguard and for the adventurous Coasteering exploring the cliffs at the water line and kayaking .
For those interest in Neolithic remains we have a Standing Stone and a Cromlech which date from 3,000 BC
There is an interesting old Mill at Tregwynt making beautiful traditional woollens.
A little further afield it is well worth making a visit to St. Davids and its Cathedral and Bishops Palace.