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Best things to do in Pembrokeshire

“Our nearest neighbours and lots of fun for all ages! Lots to see, make a day of it!”
39 locals recommend
Amusement Park
“Join Peter Pan, Tinkerbell, Charlie Bucket and all your favourite fairytale characters at Oakwood Theme Park - it’s a little slice of fantasy with lots of fun rides thrown in. Come face-to-face with scary ghosts and monsters on Spooky Street – home to all the ghastliest creatures in Oakwood. Put your bravery to the test on the ‘Creepy Crawler’ ride and enter the Witch Hunt scare maze (only if you dare). Bounce away at the Cauldrons mini-trampolines, before recharging with a spooktacular meal at the Haunt pizzeria. From here journey to Neverland where you can join the Lost Boys on a swashbuckling adventure aboard the Jolly Roger Pirate Ship.”
26 locals recommend
“An afternoon spent here never disappoints no matter how many times you have been. Wander down the 39 steps to the Cathedral, and once inside remember to look up at the ceilings ”
36 locals recommend
“Fantastic Stonebake handmade pizzas, breads and delicious sweets.. Great atmosphere but check they are open before going as opening times vary throughout the year Great coffee, welsh craft beers & wine in a riverside courtyard.”
28 locals recommend
“Rainy Day? Theatre Mwldan in Cardigan is our nearest cinema Live theatre stage and 3-screen cinema. ”
26 locals recommend
“If you love bread then this is the place! They're well known for the sourdough plus the loaf from locally milled flours. ”
31 locals recommend
“Circular walk around the Mill Pond. Easy walking with good views of the castle. Carew Inn is great for a pub lunch and very close to the castle. ”
21 locals recommend
“Considered by many as one of the best beaches in the world, Barafundle is award-winning, and a must-visit when heading to South Pembrokeshire.”
22 locals recommend
“A great sociable traditional pub ,with gardens and undercover marquee with heating! Good food and lovely Sunday lunches evening entertainment ie bands etc buzzing pub!”
24 locals recommend
“Crazy golf; treetops climbing, floating ball fun, dog agility course, lots of indoor and outdoor amusement ”
15 locals recommend
“A 12th century castle where the first Eisteddfod took place - a bastion of Welsh culture! The cafe looks out over the quay which was famous for ship building in the late 19th century. ”
19 locals recommend
“Poppit is great whatever the weather! A vast expanse of beach and dunes alongside the Teifi estuary, it's great for walking the dog or picnicking with the kids. There's a great cafe too. ”
22 locals recommend
Natural Feature
“What can be said here. Great beach fantastic amenities sea food restaurants shopping and North beach South beach and boat trips a really great treat ”
15 locals recommend
“Fantastic place to visit and learn about the importance of the castle. Lovely tea rooms and amazing views!”
21 locals recommend
Other Great Outdoors
“"Iron Age Village" and visitor centre run by the National Park. A friendly cafe too.”
20 locals recommend
“There is a lot to see and often falconry displays and activities for children . ”
18 locals recommend