Beaches in South West Wales
South West Wales

South West Wales | Wales

Visit Wales and explore the beautiful region of South West Wales UK. Pembrokeshire Wales is one of the most famous surfing locations in the UK. Enjoy family weekends and coastal apartments by the stunning Wales Coast Path.

Camping holidays are always popular in coastal regions so why not try your hand at a bit of camping around Tenby and visit the world’s smallest city at St David’s.

If you like your holidays more action packed then check out Llanelli, home to the Llanelli Scarlet’s, find accommodation and things to do whilst visiting this beautiful region of Wales.

Carmarthen offers a more up tempo holiday with a bustling shopping area and a magnificent castle which you can’t miss as you drive into the town!

If you’re lucky enough to be visiting South West Wales in the Spring and Summer months then Fishguard never lets you down, with a jam packed schedule of local food and music events.

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Visit Wales and explore the beautiful region of South West Wales UK. Pembrokeshire Wales is one of the most famous surfing locations in the UK. Enjoy family weekends and coastal apartments by the stunning Wales Coast Path.

Camping holidays are always popular in coastal regions so why not try your hand at a bit of camping around Tenby and visit the world’s smallest city at St David’s.

If you like your holidays more action packed then check out Llanelli, home to the Llanelli Scarlet’s, find accommodation and things to do whilst visiting this beautiful region of Wales.

South West Wales

Events in South West

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date event
Tue 25 Jun Explore Books at National Waterfront Museum
Tue 25 Jun The Welsh Chamber Orchestra at The Ffwrnes
Wed 26 Jun Get to know your Wildflowers Course: Beginners at National Botanic Garden of Wales

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Beaches in South West

Goodwick Sands Beach

Goodwick

A small sandy beach adjacent to the ferry terminal at Fishguard Harbour. There’s a promenade above the top of the beach and a long breakwater that you can walk along.

 
 

Historic Houses

Churches South of Pembroke

Pembroke

St Mary's Church, Angle is a medieval church sitting beside a creek near the head of the Milford Haven. This creek was the place where Henry II collected his ships for the invasion of Ireland.

 
 

Towns in South West Wales