Tuk Tuk Tours
Pembrokeshire is gorgeous, and we happen to think that a tuk tuk is one of the best ways to see it. The magic of the coast and countryside is truly enhanced by zipping around in one of these unique vehicles.
- Beauty spots – Wiseman’s Bridge, Coppet Hall, Saundersfoot and Tenby
- Castles – Carew, Llawhaden, Manorbier, Picton and Pembroke castle
- Historical tours – learn all about the area’s rich history and culture
- The big attractions – Oakwood, Folly Farm, Heatherton, Blue Lagoon Water Park
- Secret spots – go off the beaten track to find some hidden gems
- Mystery tours – coming soon!
Did You Know?
The Pembrokeshire Coast Path
The coast path – beginning in Amroth and ending in St Dogmaels (or vice-versa) – is 186 miles long. Or 299km if you prefer metric. If you don’t fancy walking, we can think of another great way of touring the coastline…
But Wait, There’s More...
The actual length of the Pembrokeshire coastline is closer to 261 miles (420km). Almost all of it is designated National Park. If you’re within the National Park, you’re never further than 10 miles from the sea.
Pembs Has 11 Blue Flag Beaches
In May 2019, Pembrokeshire had 11 beaches meeting this standard of environmental excellence. They are: Newgale, Amroth, Saundersfoot, Dale, Whitesands, Coppet Hall, Tenby North, Tenby South, Tenby Castle, Poppit Sands, and Lydstep
Oakwood Is The Biggest Theme Park In Wales
That’s right. Not only that, but it has the highest sky swing in the UK. If you’re planning a visit, it’s also striking distance from Heatherton, Folly Farm and the Bluestone resort.