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A gorgeous little market town a stones throw away from Redford Caravan Park. With an array of independent shops, cafés, restaurants and hostelries.  

Narberth’s buzzing high street is renowned in Pembrokeshire and wider Wales as a perfect year-round destination.  

There is a museum, Narberth castle and a Leisure Centre, so something for everyone and with good parking facilities


Tenby is probably the most iconic and well-visited seaside town in Wales. Steeped in ancient history and surrounded by an imposing medieval stone wall. 

 There are plenty of shops in the town specialising in locally produced items and plenty of attractions such as boat trips, wildlife parks, golf and plenty of walks within the surrounding areas across the many beautiful beaches and the famous Pembrokeshire Coastal Path 


a small but popular village resort with all the facilities you may need. One of the most beautiful harbours in UK and one of the most delightful of hidden gems on the Welsh Riviera. Enjoy a walk through the tunnels from Saundersfoot to Coppet Hall & Wisemans Bridge.


this quaint seaside village with cafes and pubs and seaside shops is close to the National Trust’s Colby Woodlands. The woodlands and gardens are a must see for visitors. 

There is a petrified drowned forest, which reveals itself on the beach when the tide is very low.  The petrified tree stumps have been dated to the last ice age! 

Amroth is only a 10 minute drive from Redford Caravan Park. 


The County town of Pembrokeshire with the river Cleddau running through the centre. There is a local producers market held every Friday from 9am – 2pm in Castle Square. The new Riverside Library hosts an Arts Gallery and a Visitor Information Centre. As well as the shops in the town centre there are a couple of outoftown shopping centres. 

St Davids

The Uk’s smallest City. Its magnificent 12th-century cathedral is the reason for its city status.  From the Welsh national museum, Oriel Y Parc Visitor Centre, Bishops Palace, and the independent shops that line its cobbled streets to local Welsh beaches and stunning walks along Pembrokeshire’s coast path, St Davids is well worth a visit.


Modern Fishguard consists of two parts, Lower Fishguard and the Main Town.  Fishguard is a market fishing town steeped in history, known as the site for the battle of The Last Invasion. The fascinating story of this event is told in an embroidered tapestry and is on permanent exhibition in the purpose-built gallery attached to the Library in Fishguard Town Hall.