Famous for it's cottages as well as its truly magical coastline, Pembrokeshire appeals to families with children, couples looking for a romantic getaway, walkers and outdoor enthusiasts, and just about everyone in between. With glorious beaches, beachfront cottages, awesome wildlife, friendly towns packed with interesting places and faces, and a whole host of award-winning eateries and bars, this part of Wales make it so easy to have a fabulous holiday. It’s impossible to talk about Pembrokeshire without starting with its beaches. The 186-mile long Pembrokeshire Coastal Path takes in more than 50 beaches, along with countless smaller coves, inlets, and harbours.
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All of that stunning coastline means that Pembrokeshire holiday cottages are the first choice for those who prefer self catering holidays rather than catered accommodation and Pembrokeshire is a top destination for anyone interested in water-based activities. Many of the larger beaches, like Tenby and Newport Sands, are popular with families for bathing and splashing about, but for surfing, kiteboarding and other sports, head to Whitesands Beach or Freshwater West. Pwllgwaelod Beach and Stackpole Quay are popular for canoes and kayaks, and at Abereiddy Beach, you can even try out coasteering.