Local Attractions

Things to do on your glamping holiday on the Pembrokeshire Coast

Pembroke Castle

This stunning Medieval castle began its life in the 1090s, after Norman invaders looked to settle in Wales following the Battle of Hastings in 1066. The castle has a rich and rocky history and it is well worth booking onto a guided tour to learn more about the fascinating events and battles that took place in and around the walls including the birth of Henry VII. There’s a year round calendar of events - including festivals and music concerts and seasonal celebrations for the festive season, Halloween and Easter. Exhibitions illustrate life through the ages in the castle and when you’re in need of a rest there’s a great cafe with seasonal specials as well as typical cafe and lunch fayre

Paddle West

You’ve got to rock the boat if you want a little adventure in your life! Paddle West combines boat hire, boat tours and kayaking so there’s something for all adventurers, regardless of age and ability! Hire a boat to row around Pembroke Castle, take a tour around the national park’s beautiful and tranquil estuaries, or book some kayak and canoe tuition to learn skills that will last a lifetime of adventures.

Freshwater West Beach

A favourite with surfers, this beautiful beach is the perfect place to relax and enjoy a picnic. If the weather keeps you moving, there’s lots of shell collecting and rock pooling to be done! Film buffs and instagrammers will be pleased to know that the beach is famous on the big screen - with Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Robin Hood and The Thief of Baghdad.

The 186 mile coastal path boasts rich and stunning scenery and is a favourite walk for ramblers and explorers alike. If all of that sounds exhausting then hit the pause button, buy an ice cream or hot dog and take some time to cloud spot and relax!

Tenby Museum & Art Gallery

The oldest independent museum in Wales, this wonderful visitor site was established in the late 1800s. Exhibitions, artefacts and displays aim to promote the history of the area and providing a strong sense of heritage for the locals. With rotating exhibitions, workshops and events such as ‘night at the museum’ and fascinating lecture series - there’s plenty to keep visitors and holiday makers busy, too.

Caldey Island

Hop on a little boat at Tenby and visit the wonderful Caldey Island. It dates back to over 1500 years and has spent much of that time as an important Welsh holy isle. Monks still inhabit the island who produce a range of products that you can buy on your trip. Cheese, perfume and chocolates are among the range on sale. Other attractions include a tiny museum, and the proud Caldey Lighthouse - which you can walk to along the islands many nature paths and trails. Don’t forget to purchase the islands very own stamps as a souvenir of this lovely day trip.