Pembrokeshire has a plethora of trekking and riding centres approved by the Wales Tourist Board. The trails and riding are for all levels of riders, from a beginner wanting a quiet easy trek, to an expert looking for a fast gallop on one of the many beaches in Pembrokeshire. You will leave this national park with a memorable experience.
Pembrokeshire covers 240 sq. miles of beautiful land all around the southwestern shore of Wales. This area is heaven for wildlife enthusiasts because of its rare species, islands, and habitats. History enthusiasts will also enjoy Pembrokeshire because of the Norman castles, medieval churches, Victorian forts, prehistoric tombs, and historic towns and villages.