Pembrokeshire is made for activity holidays. Sailing and fishing, horse riding, walking and cycling. The wildlife sanctuaries around our coast are home to many species of birds as well as seals. Your children will love the broad sandy beaches nearby and spend many happy hours in entertainment parks such as Oakwood, Heatherton, Folly Farm, Dinosaur Park, as you enjoy a well earned meal at the end of each day.
Wales and Pembrokeshire in particular offers so much to choose from. Whether you are seeking a leisurely holiday on the beach, walking in the beautiful country side and hills, or wandering around the historic remains of the long-lasting wars between the Normans and the Welsh. For the more active there is the excitement of water skiing, hang-gliding and sailing, or the thrills of one of the many theme parks.
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Amroth is the nearest beach, approx five minutes by car. Or you can take a pleasant approx 2 kilometer (approx 30-40 minutes) walk by either footpath or country lane with views of sea and countryside. The town offers over 3 kilometers of wide sandy beach and clean waters for bathing, while the local shops, cafes and inns will keep you refreshed and well fed. Other restaurants, supermarkets, and entertainment centres are only a short drive away.
Amroth offers a superb beach with many excellent cafes, restaurants and pubs.
The Pembrokeshire Coast Footpath starts at the eastern side of Amroth. This 299 kilometer trail provides truly inspiring walking around the most un-spoilt and spectacular coastal scenery. Many pleasant walks can be taken along sections of the path leaving you free to take a leisurely stroll or full days hiking.
The Celtic Trail Cycle Route is 220 miles long and enters the National Park at Amroth and passes through many beauty spots and pretty villages.
For a pleasant day trip, try a boat tour of Pembrokeshire’s offshore islands or for an exciting day out, try Cenarth Paintball Games.
Young children will enjoy the indoor Adventure Play Centre in Tenby whilst mum and dad stroll around the shops and harbour or take lunch in the centre’s own cafe. Other firm favourites with children are Folly Farm, and the Clerkenhill Adventure Farm.
For older children, Oakwood Park offers thrills and spills for the daring: with aqua chute, roller coasters, go-carts, and much, much, more.
For indoors try Folly Farm and Oakwood has just opened a new indoor soft play area. Also nearby you will find Milton Manor Activity Centre, Knox Valley Quad Trail, Heron’s Brook and the Dinosaur Park. Heatherton Country Sports Park near Tenby allows you to sample bowls, golf, laser clay shooting, archery, and many more other pursuits.
Horse riding for the whole family is available at Marros and Narberth to suit all ranges of abilities. Other local activities include Golf at Tenby, Boat Trips to the islands, Fishing Trips, Tours of Wineries, Cheese Making, Glass Blowers, antique shops and the National Botanical Gardens of Wales.