Sunny Pembrokeshire Days

By Kathryn Slade Barafundle beach

The weather has been glorious recently, we’ve been lucky to have long evenings with the arrival of spring... and even luckier that most of them have been warm and sunny. I’m a strong believer that there isn’t anywhere in the world that can beat Pembrokeshire when the sun is shining.

Here’s how we have been spending the days in the sun:


Last weekend I went on an adventure around the south of the county. We started with a walk around Tenby and then headed to Freshwater West which is one of my favourite beaches. It looked amazing in the sun.

Freshwater West 


We like to explore the coast path in the sun. This weekend we walked from Broad Haven towards St Brides, there’s some amazing scenery along this part of the path and a few places to stop for an ice cream on the way back.

Broad Haven North 


When the sun is shining I like to go to Newgale for a walk. There’s 2 miles of sand to wander along and when the tide is right we like to go around towards Penycwm as there are some great rock pools there.



St David’s is my favourite place to visit. It doesn’t matter how many times you have seen it, the Cathedral is always breathtaking to look around.

St Davids Cathedral 


On a sunny day we like to head out on the trail through Canaston Woods past Black Pool Mill, there are some great places to stop for a picnic. It’s close to Bluestone and has always been a favourite of mine.

Black Pool Mill 


I’m a keen cyclist so the first place that I head when the sun is out is to the Preseli Hills. These can be seen from Bluestone and on a clear day you can see for miles, sometimes even up to Snowdonia and over to Ireland!

Preseli Hills 

Why not find out more about our favourite places and plan a visit of your own on your next Bluestone break!

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