The countryside of the Pembroke Peninsula has often been likened to a secret garden. In springtime the hedgerows are a mass of colour, and the narrow lanes wind past ancient bluebell woods and meadows strewn with wildflowers.
The pace of life is slower here, and the back-roads are pleasantly free of traffic. Lock up the car and explore this peaceful landscape by bike, horseback or on foot.
Click on the links at the left of this page to discover some of the unspoilt villages, rich in rural customs and charm, and usually boasting a fine medieval church and welcoming village pub.