Local Area

Local Area

Pembrokeshire is situated in the heart of Britain’s only coastal national park. The area offers a huge choice of activities to suit all tastes and ages. With over 50 beaches, 51 forts and castles, 186 miles of coastal walks and an array of beautiful wildlife there are plenty of things to do in Pembrokeshire; whatever the weather! 

From sporting challenges to an iron age fort, Pembrokeshire is a county of culture and diversity. With an alongside berth at Pembroke offering easy access to the town centre and a deep water berth at Milford Haven, we can welcome your guests with a wide range of excursions and activities. Indeed, some of the most popular local excursions for overseas visitors include:


Pembroke Castle The birth place of King Henry VII
St Davids Cathedral The UK's smallest city
Tenby A medieval walled town with a picturesque harbour
Castell Henllys Iron Age Fort A recreation of a 2,000 year old settlement
Pentre Ifan A burial chamber dating back to 3500BC
Dylan Thomas; Boathouse at Laugharne Home and final resting place of one of the greatest 20th Century poets
National Botanic Gardens The world's largest single span glasshouse surrounded by extensive gardens
 Picton Castle & Gardens 40 acres of beautiful woodland gardens and grounds


Many more attractions and places of interest can be found here


Images of Picton Castle - Click to enlarge

Picton Castle Great Hall Picton Castle Picton Castle Forecourt in the Spring Aerial view of Picton Castle