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There are plenty of places to see and visit in Pembrokeshire. Whether you love hiking or cycling, Pembrokeshire is a region where 20 hidden gems are waiting to be explored and visited. Check the top places to visit in the region and plan your next adventure today.

The top 20 Attractions in Pembrokeshire

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    Barafundle Bay

    Hiking Highlight

    With soft and golden sand, crystal-clear waters, and backed by dunes and trees, Barafundle Bay has been voted as one of the best beaches in Britain time and time again. …

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    St Govan's Chapel

    Hiking Highlight

    This small hermit’s chapel can be found at the bottom of a long and steep set of steps, nestled into the cliffs. The effort is worth it, though, as this …

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    St David's Cathedral

    Hiking Highlight

    Set upon the site of an earlier sixth-century monastery, built by St David, the patron saint of Wales, the cathedral has been a site of pilgrimage and worship for more …

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    Foel Drygarn

    Hiking Highlight

    This impressive hillfort stands proudly at the end of the Preseli Hills. Dating from the late Bronze Age or early Iron Age, the hill is topped by three cairns that …

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    Strumble Head Lighthouse

    Hiking Highlight

    Strumble Head Lighthouse sits in a magnificent position on a tiny island just off the coast. The lighthouse was built in 1908 to mark a precarious stretch of coast between …

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    St David's

    Bike Touring Highlight

    The UK’s smallest city in terms of population is a quaint place to visit and an excellent base for exploring the surrounding countryside and stunning coastline

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    Mynydd Carningli

    Hiking Highlight

    A beautiful little coastal summit in the Presili range near Newport. The hill can be easily walked by walkers from this quaint little seaside village. For a walking route click here: komoot.com/tour/284935602

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    Bosherston Lily Pond

    Hiking Highlight

    This small lake system is an absolutely glorious place to amble around with plenty of birdlife. Artificially-created by damming a nearby river, the ponds have become well known for their …

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    St David's Head

    Hiking Highlight

    St David's Head is a dramatic headland northwest of St David's and Whitesands beach dominated by the peak of Carn Llidi. The small and rugged peninsula is rich in flora …

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    This dramatic natural rock is an impressive sight along a stretch of coastline that is rich in beauty and wildlife. This carboniferous limestone coastline has been designated as a Site …

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    Seal Spotting

    Hiking Highlight

    In the two bays, which are partially visible from the trail above, seals can be seen on the beach and in the water, with a bit of luck you can …

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    Carn Llidi

    Hiking Highlight

    Standing at 594 feet (181 metres) tall, Carn Llidi is not exactly a giant. Do not let this deter you, though; this hill packs a lot of punch for its …

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    Carregwastad Point

    Hiking Highlight

    The memorial stone marks the spot where the French landed in the last invasion of Britain in 1797. The local population rallied and the civilians demonstrated force along the cliffs …

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    Chapel of St Non

    Hiking Highlight

    Situated in a field above the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path are the ruins of St Non’s Chapel, hailed as the birthplace of St David. Interestingly, the building was constructed with a …

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    Solva

    Hiking Highlight

    Solva is a bustling coastal village and quay with a charming high street. Packed with cafes, shops, galleries, and more, it makes a great spot to stop on a long …

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    Coetan Arthur

    Hiking Highlight

    Coetan Arthur dolmen is the remains of a Neolithic burial chamber that dates back to around 3,000 BC. The unusual and intriguing rock chamber is believed to be a passage …

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    Marloes Sands

    Hiking Highlight

    At low tide, Marloes Sands is an enormous beach with lots to explore. Boasting interesting rock formations on the beach, and surrounded by cliffs, it is a great place for …

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    Natural Rock Arch

    Hiking Highlight

    Thanks to the easily-eroded limestone that forms the South Pembrokeshire Coast, there are lots of magnificent natural formations to be found. This particular natural rock arch is one of a …

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    Bishop's Palace

    Hiking Highlight

    The picturesque remains of Bishop's Palace can be found alongside St David’s Cathedral. During the medieval period, this would have been the finest collection of buildings in Wales. Today, the …

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    St Catherine's Island

    Hiking Highlight

    St Catherine's Island is a small limestone outcrop with lots of tidal caves. On top of the island is a fort that was built during the Napoleonic Wars. You can …

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