Welcome to the enchanting coastal beauty of Pembrokeshire, a true gem in Wales’ travel crown. With its idyllic beaches, historic towns, and captivating landmarks, this itinerary promises an unforgettable adventure through some of the region’s most picturesque destinations.
Day 1: Explore Saundersfoot
Start off your trip to Pembrokeshire in Saundersfoot. Spend your day soaking up the sun of Saundersfoot Beach and take a leisurely stroll along Wisemans Bridge. Admire the boats swaying along Saundersfoot Harbour before venturing off to Coppet Hall Beach to soak up some afternoon rays.
Breakfast & Café suggestions in Saundersfoot:
- Butternut Pantry
- Periwinkle Bistro
- Cliff Restaurant
Lunch & Dinner suggestions in Saundersfoot:
- The Royal Oak
- Harbwr Bar & Kitchen
- Beachside Barbecue
Day 2: Explore Tenby
Begin your day by visiting Tenby Castle Beach and explore the ruins of the castle remains. If you fancy a bit of Tenby’s heritage, visit the Tudor Merchants House. Unwind in the afternoon by exploring the sandy stretches of Tenby South Beach and Tenby North Beach, alternatively, why not take a boat trip to visit Caldey Island, home to an abbey of Cistercian Monks.
Breakfast & Café suggestions in Tenby:
- Heywod Bar & Grill
- No 25 Bar and Café
Lunch & Dinner suggestions in Tenby:
- Indies Burger
Day 3: Explore Pembroke Dock and Haverfordwest
Set off on a morning adventure in Pembroke Dock, where you can explore the rugged beauty of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path and immerse yourself in maritime history at the West Wales Maritime Heritage Society. In the afternoon, venture to Haverfordwest and discover the elegant Picton Castle & Gardens and the historic Scolton Manor. For a relaxing interlude, head to the idyllic Little Haven Beach, and don’t miss the chance to explore the ancient ruins of Wiston Castle.
Breakfast & Café suggestions in Pembroke Dock:
- The Dolphin Hotel Restaurant
- Martha’s Kitchen
- Hasty Bite
Lunch & Dinner suggestions in Haverfordwest:
- The Bristol Trader
- The Glen
- Belle Vue Bar & Restaurant
Day 4: Explore St David’s
Begin your day with a visit to the magnificent St. Davids Cathedral, a place of profound beauty and tranquillity. Embark on a journey along the Wales Coastal Path and enjoy the stunning coastal views. Explore the remnants of St. David’s Bishops Palace and savour the serene ambiance of Whitesands Bay and Caerfai Bay. If time allows, embark on an unforgettable boat trip to Ramsey Island Nature Reserve, a haven for wildlife enthusiasts.
Breakfast & Café suggestions in St David’s:
- The Grove
- Crug Glas Country House Hotel & Restaurant
- Bwythn Y Bwy
Lunch & Dinner suggestions in St David’s:
- St Davids Gin & Kitchen
- Grub Kitchen