Hike the Pembrokeshire Coast Path
This glorious 300km trail ranges from secluded coves and pastel ports to over 50 beaches and 40 Iron Age forts. You don’t have to tackle it all at once; the official website has a wealth of suggested itineraries, taking in relaxing strolls alongside more challenging stretches.
Sail to an island
Another highlight of the county’s coast is its islands, which promise the same fusion of ancient history and soul-stirring scenery as their mainland counterpart. Many are now nature reserves, with residents such as endearing puffins and grey seal pups.
Encounter more wildlife
Whether meandering down the River Teifi in a Canadian dug-out canoe with Top of the Woods (topofthewoods.co.uk), spotting red deer and peregrine falcons as you go, or looking out for kingfishers and otters at the Welsh Wildlife Centre, don’t miss the chance to meet critters inland, too.
Discover a sustainable gourmet hotspot
Experiences span from tours at Velfrey Vineyard to coastal foraging with Craig Evans. Producers Atlantic Edge Oysters even farm their own shellfish, while initiatives like the Peninsula Producers Food Hub spotlight regional purveyors.