What to Do
A good guide on what to do in Pembrokeshire is the annual Coast to Coast magazine.  It is available free in many shops and Tourist Information offices and covers events for the year.  It is now also available online and as an app.

You can get about from Nolton Haven using the No.400 Puffin shuttle coastal bus that runs between St David’s and Marloes. The 400 passes through Newgale and Broad Haven, both of which have connections to Haverfordwest.

There are so many outdoor activities to do: walking the beautiful Pembrokeshire coastal path and Preseli Hills; swimming at one of the many beacheshorse riding, zorbing and Segway at Nolton Stables just up the road; surfing, kayaking, coasteering, paddle boarding, kite surfing or kite boarding with tuitution and equipment hire available at Big Blue Experience in Newgale; sea fishing from St Justinian’s and Dale or crabbing at Solva and Porth Clais.

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There are Pembrokeshire castles to visit – such as Pembroke, Carew and Manorbier.  Britain’s smallest city, St David’s, with its ruined Bishop’s Palace and majestic cathedral, has lots of art galleries, pubs and cafes.  Further afield is an Iron Age encampment and the Centre for Alternative Technology.

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