Often billed as Wales' most popular coastal destination, Pembrokeshire is indeed a great place to head to feel the sand between your toes and enjoy a refreshing dip in the sea. This is largely due to the stunning scenery to be found in Britain's only coastal National Park. The beaches here are second to none and over the years they have received a plethora of Blue Flag, Green Coast and Seaside Awards.
Pembrokeshire can be wild and remote, with its western most tips stretching out into the sea and providing a haven for wildlife including porpoises, dolphins and seals. Marvelous colonies of seabirds also choose to nest here and often the best vantage point to see the flora and fauna in the area is from a sea kayak.
The largest town is Haverfordwest, a pretty yet functional place. In addition, Milford Haven, Fishguard and Tenby all offer first class services to locals and tourists alike with a good selection of one off local shops and high street names being found in them all. The main industry is tourism, but the natural and calm harbours are home to many fishing fleets.
The nearest motorway is the M4 which terminates before Haverfordwest, some 46 miles away, with the local airport also located in Haverfordwest providing domestic travel options.