Once the summer rush is over, Pembrokeshire keeps going, the freshening weather adds spice to adrenalin activities such as surfing and coasteering, the beaches and coastal footpaths empty, leaving them to shearwaters, seals and satin red sunsets.
A precious ecological area. A wealth of wildlife on a tiny patch of the Earth. There are beaches of white sand, coves and caves, a coast path to tread, harbours to glean the expectation of a voyage beyond the headlands. Cosy pubs are lighting their fires and the many award winning restaurants are preparing dishes from the abundant local fresh produce including succulent spring lamb, Welsh Black Beef, Crab, Lobster and wild Bass.