Visit the historic southern coast of Pembrokeshire and admire the Medieval masterpiece of Pembroke Castle.
Enjoy the peaceful atmosphere of the Welsh countryside as we drive past the rolling fields of Pembrokeshire.
Visit Pembroke Castle, a Medieval fortress and the historic birthplace of Henry Tudor.
Gain insight into the medieval lifestyle in the exhibition room, complete with a number of tableaux.
Take in scenic coastal views across St. George’s Channel towards Ireland on the return drive.
Level 2: Moderate - some mobility needed
Appropriate clothing and comfortable walking shoes, depending on the day’s weather
A historic fortress
From Fishguard, we drive south to the charming walled town of Pembroke via the Valley of the Western Cleddau and the town of Haverfordwest. There, we’ll visit mighty Pembroke Castle. Learn about the long history of this fortress as the guide takes us through the endless passages, tunnels, and stairways of this well-preserved castle. Stop by the Keep for tremendous views of the surrounding area.
Remarks/requirements: Appropriate clothing and comfortable walking shoes, depending on the day’s weather
Walking information: Walking involved: Up to 1.2 miles to enjoy the full excursion The guide will offer guided tours at Pembroke Castle and Tenby, but guests may explore independently if they wish. Mixed terrain with steps Limitations for guests with walking difficulties