50 Things To Do In Pembrokeshire This Spring

By Kathryn Slade Flying Puffin at Cliff

Are you planning a break to Bluestone during Spring? There are plenty of ways to fill your days with fun, no matter the season in Pembrokeshire.

Whether you like relaxing by the beach or trekking across countryside, our beautiful county has so much to offer. It might seem as though there is TOO much to do, so here is some adventure inspiration to help you plan your perfect holiday this March, April or May!

1. Build a Sandcastle on Tenby North Beach.

2. Take to the saddle and ride in the Tour of Pembrokeshire. Choose from a 40, 60, 80 or 130 mile route!

3. Spend some time at our willow workshop and be a part of our exciting project that will run until the end of October.

4. Try out our new and improved Sky Trail at the Adventure Centre.

5. Take to the water with Pembrokeshire Island Tours to see if you can spot a Dolphin.

6. Trek on horseback with our friends at Marros.

7. Visit the UK’s smallest city, St David’s and it's magnificent Cathedral. From the 26th of May 2017, you’ll be able to join in the festivities at the world famous, St David’s Cathedral Festival.

8. Head to Carew Castle and learn about its history!

9. Spend a day on Caldey Island and try the chocolate.

10. Try out the new Pizza and Pasta menu at The Oak tree restaurant on the resort.

11. Walk part of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. There are 180 miles to choose from!


12. Head to Llys-y-Fran on the 28th of May for the Welsh Dragon Boat Championship.

13. Try Surfboarding or Paddle Boarding in Broad Haven.

14. Have a takeaway fish supper from The Chippy.

15. Hop aboard the Dale Princess for a trip to Skomer Island to see the Puffins.

16. Visit Pembroke Castle, the birthplace of King Henry VII.

17. Try a delicious milkshake from Tŷ Coffi.

18. Look out for Snowdon from the top of the Preseli Hills.

19. Meet the Rhinos and visit the other animals at Folly Farm.

20. See how many varieties of flowers you can spot on our nature trail and around the resort.

Spring Buttercups

21. Visit Freshwater West which starred in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.

22. See Pembrokeshire from a different angle and go Coasteering with TYF.

23. Make a splash at the Blue Lagoon Water Park! Did you know it’s free for Bluestone guests?

24. Step back in time and spend the day at Castell Henllys.

25. Join in the fun at Smokey Joe’s famous shinding at Camp Smokey.

26. Discover the Water Lillies at Bosherston.

27. Count the rabbits on the hill into the Bluestone village.

28. Discover Tylwyth Teg and the Bluestone Light Thingy until March 30th

Light Thingy Bugs

29. Learn as you walk with our local Historian Terry John.

30. Go crabbing at Solva Harbour.

31. Take a stroll around Colby Woodland Gardens.

32. Put your heads together for the Family Pub Quiz in the Tafarn.

33. Have your picture taken in front of St Catherine’s Island which recently starred in Sherlock.

34. Discover the legend of Saint Govan at his chapel.

St Govans Chapel

35. Follow in the sandy footsteps of the film stars Kristen Stewart and Russell Crowe at Marloes Sands.

36. Make a daisy chain on the lawn by the Treehouse.

37. Feed the Wallabies at Manor Park!

38. Enjoy an ice cream and a stroll around Saundersfoot.

39. Sample a treatment inspired by the Welsh Coast at our guest exclusive Well Spa Retreat.

40. Take to the lake at Bluestone for a splashing time with your family!

41. Release your competitive side in the Preseli Beast! A half marathon or ultra marathon with amazing views over the Preseli Hills.

42. Pick up some BBQ essentials from Newton Stores in the Bluestone village and enjoy alfresco dining!

43. Negotiate the pebbles and stroll across the miles of golden sands at Newgale.

44. Paint a lasting memory of your trip to Pembrokeshire at the Creative Cafe in Narberth.

45. Look out for the tadpoles around the Bluestone Lake and spot the first little froglets.

Bluestone View 

46. Visit the Green Bridge of Wales for a perfect picture.

47. Fly a kite on the grass around the Bluestone standing stone.

48. Head to Cwm Deri to sample their excellent wines.

49. Cycle from Bluestone through Canaston Woods to Black Pool Mill!

50. Rebook your next holiday to Bluestone at the Booking Office, save £50 and plan to tick off the things that you simply didn’t have time to enjoy this time around!

There we have it! 50 fun things to do in Pembrokeshire this spring and we’ve barely scratched the surface.

You’ll have so much fun and create memories that will last a lifetime! So whether you are looking for a break as a family, a romantic getaway as a couple or a retreat with friends, what are you waiting for? Book your trip to Bluestone today.

Stay in our five star self catering accommodation and enjoy the free range fun that we are famous for!

We’ll see you soon!

Spring Breaks

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