Sightseeing tour of Pembrokeshire
This Roam Wales private tour takes you through the breathtaking scenery of West Wales, visiting:
|Prices* (GBP)||1-3 people||4-5 people||6-7 people|
|The Pembrokeshire Experience
*The price is the total tour cost, not per person.
Please note, refreshments and admissions are not included in the tour price
This tour takes you through the amazing scenery of West Wales and to the coastal town of Tenby, which is steeped in ancient history and surrounded by an imposing mediaeval stone wall. Here you will have free time to wander the narrow streets and explore the picturesque harbour, as well as the opportunity to take lunch in one of the many cafes or public houses.
Leaving Tenby, we continue our journey South West, stopping at the coastal village of Newgale with its vast beach – almost 2 miles of sand backed by a huge pebble bank formed after a big storm in 1859.
Continuing our journey, we also stop at the harbour village of Solva. Nestled in the Pembrokeshire National Park, Solva boasts a bustling quay and a charming High Street with cafes, craft shops and galleries.
Our final stop is St David’s, Britain’s smallest city, having less than 200 residents and being the size of a small village. It’s also one of the prettiest and has been enchanting visitors since the 6th century, with its slower pace of life. We visit the 12th century Cathedral which illustrates Gothic architecture and is built on the site of a 6th Century monastery. Also worth a visit, and adjacent to the Cathedral is the Bishops Palace (whilst admission to the Cathedral is free there is a small charge to explore the Bishops Palace.) St David’s has earned its place in history and has been visited by King William I, King Henry II, King Edward III and our current Queen Elizabeth II.
With the Pembrokeshire experience at an end we start our return journey.