Pembroke Certificated Locations

The Welsh town of Pembroke dates back to the 11th century when the area was seen as a valuable location for an outpost.

Nowadays, it welcomes visitors from around the world who are drawn to the region's natural beauty. Often described as the secret garden of Wales, the Pembroke Peninsula boasts delightful hedgerows as well as bluebell woods and wildflower meadows.

Pembroke Dock is also an interesting place to visit. The Royal Dockyard was eventually closed in 1926, but during its time more than 260 ships were launched from the dock. You can find out more about the maritime history of Pembroke at the site or make use of the local watersports centre if you fancy something more active.