Pembrokeshire is probably unique in that it has more Blue Flag Beaches or Seaside Award Beaches than any other County in Britain. With over 50 beaches in Pembrokeshire, with activities such as sunbathing, sailing, yachting, surfing, kite surfing, parascending, coasteering, fishing, diving, snorkelling, seal watching, dolphin watching, bird watching, canoeing, kayaking, swimming, horse riding or even making sand castles, Pembrokeshire’s beaches have it all in buckets and spades.

Pembrokeshire’s beaches were named “second best on the planet”  in 2010 by the National Geographic magazine.

Don’t forget, Pembrokeshire is the only Coastal National Park in Britain and with an 186 mile Coastal Path around Pembrokeshire, if you are so inclined, you can also walk on almost every beach. The Pembrokeshire Coastal path is number 3 in the world according to a 2011 guide to the best walks in the world just published. See the Daily Express article HERE

St Catherines Islands off Tenby's Castle and South Beach