Things to do

Beaches, Sports, Walking, Eating & Drinking

Eating and Drinking

Blas at Fronlas serves up wholesome homemade food in a cosy rustic cafe setting.

‘Tapas & Tunes’ evening is the place to be on a Friday night in Newport with a lively and informal evening of great food along with music from John & Reuben, a talented acoustic duo who perform a selection of Welsh songs along with some old favourites.

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Adventure Sports

Adventures come in all shapes and sizes. They can be the full blown, heart racing, adrenalin filled, action packed adventures like coasteering, kayaking, climbing or diving.

A Pembrokeshire adventure isn’t complete until you have walked some, or all, of the award winning Pembrokeshire Coast path, which winds its way around the magnificent bays and spectacular headlands of the only coastal National Park in Britain.


With six beaches within four miles of each other, it’s a great summer destination for families. There is ample space for beach sports, relaxing and soaking up the sun.

Moylgrove to Newport Walk

A spectacular walk that includes the famous ‘Witches Cauldron’ and the picturesque National Trust headland of Ceibwr Bay and ends in the small welcoming town of Newport.

Walk information

  • Map: Explorer OL35 North Pembrokeshire
  • Distance 7 miles: from Ceibwr Bay to Newport Sands
  • Approximate Time: 3.5 hours


The Golden Road: A walk across the spine of Pembrokeshire

The Golden Road, running along the spine of the Preseli Hills (Mynydd Preseli), is one of the finest high ground walking ways in Wales.

This gently undulating route, with views as far as Ireland, deep into South Wales, and north up the majestic arc of Cardigan Bay towards Snowdonia, links ancient monuments and burial places, cairns and rocky tors.