On route to Haverfordwest you can also visit New Quay, Llangrannog or Aberporth for a day out on the beach, walking the coastal path or to catching a glimpse of the abundant wildlife.
Cardigan is the gateway to the Teifi Valley and the Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire Coastal Paths. The town is rich in heritage and provides a nostalgic backdrop to a thriving culture of arts and crafts and music festivals.
Ideas to explore:
Located in the North of Pembrokeshire, this harbour town is famous for the Last Invasion of Britain in 1797 by French soldiers. The story is told through a magnificent 30 metre award-winning tapestry, located in Fishguard Library, which was produced to mark the 1997 bicentenary.
Haverfordwest is the attractive and ancient county town of Pembrokeshire. The town hosts a variety of shops, a castle and an interesting town museum
Treasure Trails: Aberystwyth and Aberaeron
These Trails are great for seeing a location from a new perspective, whatever age, whatever the weather! Trails can either be downloaded or posted.
Aberystwyth Arts Centre:
Offers a choice of matinee and evening theatre performances, films, concerts, exhibitions, various courses and has a café.
Wide choice of matinee and evening theatre performances, films, concerts, exhibitions and it has a café and restaurant.
Rock-Up Climbing, Goodwick near Fishguard
Climbing experiences for beginners and experienced climbers in the National Park.
Preseli Ventures, Fishguard
Offering everything from coasteering and sea kayaking weekends and adventure half-days, through to adults and family Adventure
10 – 25 February 2018: Locals' Discount - February Half Term at Vale of Rheidol Railway