The location of attractions is intended only as a guide. Distances are 'as the crow flies'.
Situated on the coastal path, this bar, restaurant and coffee house is perfectly situated for a drink or meal. Food is traditional pub grub and children are welcome.
A quiet secluded beach best reached via the coastal path. The beach is mainly shingle and pebble and is great for rock pooling. Due to it's location the area is seldom busy and dogs are allowed year round. Parking is available at Strumble Head, a 20 minute walk away.
Park in the small car park to the east of Garn Fawr and enjoy this scenic trek following tracks and paths. With breathtaking landscapes and stunning views this 7 mile walk is well worth the effort. Take a look at the link to our friends at Walking Britain for directions.
This small seaside town lies to the West of Fishguard in the heart of North Pembrokeshire. Enjoy the natural surrounding beauty of the Preseli Hills and glorious sandy beaches on your doorstep. You'll also find a picturesque harbour and family run shops and cafes.
Owned by the same family since 1912, this working mill is still weaving today and you can visit the millshop and cafe daily.
A small pretty cove with a pebbly beach and views over the Irish Sea. Its remote location make it a quiet spot and dogs are allowed year round. Access through a wooded valley with limited parking on a nearby lane.
A remote pebble beach situated in an area designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest. It's a popular place in summer for swimmers and surfers however there is no lifeguard cover so care should be taken. Look out for a forest of ancient tree stumps which is visible at low tide. Dog friendly year round and parking is limited along the main road nearby.
A popular sandy beach, separated from Goodwick Sands by the harbour wall. Parking is directly behind the beach and there are some local facilities close by including shops and cafes. Dogs are allowed year round.
A sand and shingle beach divided by wooden groynes and a narrow promenade where you can walk out (with care) to admire the view of the bay. A good place to see the occasional seal, it's also the place to go for a spot of early evening fishing. Dogs are allowed year round. Parking is either road side or in the large pay and display car park on the other side of the road.
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