For things to do on holiday, Pembrokeshire has everything and more to offer, go diving off the coast at various locations throughout the county, or have the ride of your life at Oakwood Theme Park, learn to fly at Haverfordwest Aerodrome, have a great family day out at Manor House Wild Life Leisure Park, visit some of Wales’s best beaches, Try the ultimate laser combat experience using the latest infra-red technology at Battlefield Live or take a walk along Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, or try coasteering with the best – Celtic Quest Coasteering. There will be plenty of attractions in Pembrokeshire that will interest you and the family.
FBM Holidays have fantastic individually selected properties all over Pembrokeshire, so you will never be too far away from all the attractions to miss out. From holiday chalets by the beach, sea view apartments, farm cottages, town houses, holiday cottages in the countryside, large holiday detached houses in rural areas to pine lodges near the coast, we have them all!
Pembrokeshire is ideal all year round, no matter what the weather, the county has indoor activities such as Ocean Commotion for the young children, the Tudor Merchants House in Tenby, Phoenix Bowl which has ten pin bowling, or visit the Blue Lagoon, a newly built Water Theme Park where visitors can enjoy a wide range of aqua experiences with a wave machine, and a lazy river. Pembrokeshire also has a wide variety of outdoor activities such as the Sea Safari boat trip around the coast of Pembrokeshire, a chance to see all different types of sea life. You could have a day out in the heart of Pembrokeshire and explore Folly Farm with indoor and outdoor activities, as well as a petting zoo where you can feed the animals, a great day out for all the family. Have a challenging day out at Heatherton with activities from paintballing, a game of golf, have a race on the go karts or a walk around the maize maze, or you can try the new tree tops trail for a different day out. Why not take a trip over to Caldey Island, where the Cistercian Monks continue a tradition which began in Celtic Times. You could also visit the magical Castles in Pembrokeshire. How about a golfing holiday? Take a look at all the golf courses in Pembrokeshire!
With so much to choose from Pembrokeshire is a great place to visit.
Pembrokeshire is probably unique in that it has more Blue Flag Beaches or Seaside Award Beaches than any other County in Britain. With over 50 beaches in Pembrokeshire, with activities such as sunbathing, sailing, yachting, surfing, kite surfing, parascending, coasteering, fishing, diving, snorkelling, seal watching, dolphin watching, bird watching, canoeing, kayaking, swimming, horse riding or even making sand castles, Pembrokeshire’s beaches have it all in buckets and spades. Pembrokeshire’s beaches were named “second best on the planet” in 2010 by the National Geographic magazine. Don’t forget, Pembrokeshire is the only Coastal National Park in Britain and with an 186 mile Coastal Path around Pembrokeshire, if you are so inclined, you can also walk on almost every beach. The Pembrokeshire Coastal path is number 3 in the world according to a 2011 guide to the best walks in the world. See the Daily Express article HERE.
Pembrokeshire – Famous for it’s variety of food and sea food. Did you know that Pembrokeshire potatoes are usually the first mainland crop of new potatoes? With local lamb and Welsh Black beef, local lobster and crab, a culinary treat awaits the discerning diner. Vineyards are here in Pembrokeshire as well, so local wine and mead is available. Look for the Pembrokeshire Produce signs at the your choice of restaurant, you can be assured that you will enjoy all our local produce.