What to do when visiting Fishguard Holiday Park
There's loads to do close by, whether you want to stick to Fishguard town, nearby Goodwick, or travel around Pembrokeshire and West Wales to see the best of the region.
Fishguard, North Pembrokeshire
Explore the lovely seaside town of Fishguard, filled with plenty of shops to browse, cafes and restaurants to try. Head to the pubs and bars to sample some delicious local ales. Plus, there are paths leading from town down to the seafront which are perfect for a short walk. Maybe you'll even spot some grey seals, porpoises or dolphins in Cardigan Bay!
For those wanting a cultural getaway - Fishguard town has a community museum and a community theatre, which doubles as a cinema and music venue. Don't forget to check out what's playing and maybe book some tickets.
As well as this, a visit to the 18th century Fishguard Fort is well worth a visit. Though not much left standing these days, this fort once played a part in the last invasion of Britain. You can also find an award-winning 30m tapestry at Fishguard Town Hall which commemorates the attempted invasion.
Best Beaches in North Pembrokeshire
Love spending your holidays on the beach? Then Fishguard is a must-visit, as it's been proven to have the best beaches in Wales!
Some of our favourites include:
- Goodwick Sands (by Fishguard town) - a sand and shingle beach right by the town
- Porthsychan (15-minute drive) - a top 10 'secret' beach in Wales
- Aberbach (10-minute drive) - sheltered and private pebble beach
- Newport Sands (20-minute drive) - large, sandy beach backed by sand dunes
Pembrokeshire is a famous holiday location thanks to its beauty, warm microclimate and the sheer number of things to do! From charming towns and villages to visit, to a fantastic coast to explore, we've listed some of our favourite things to do near Fishguard holiday park below.
- St Davids is Britain's smallest city, and when we say small, we mean tiny! Visiting here is another check off your bucket list.
- Walking the Pembrokeshire Coast Path will give you some of the best coastal views in Britain. If you're lucky, you may even spot the bottlenose dolphins who love to play in Cardigan Bay
- Solva is a beautiful, traditional Welsh town, definitely worth a day trip to potter around the independent shops and for a meal by the harbour.
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