Sunset at Llysyfran

Places to visit near Llysyfran farm

As there is such an endless amount of places to see and things to do here is a list of just a few:The Dam at Llysyfran

Llysyfran Country Park

The Country Park is on the boundary of our farm.  It offers recreational facilities such as fishing, cycling, walking as well as bird watching. 

St Davids & Whitesands Bay

St Davids CathedralSt Davids is the smallest UK city with its splendid Cathedral, Bishop’s Palace and much more.  The village itself is seeped in Welsh tradition with a number of craft, art shops and welcoming tea rooms/cafes.

Whitesands Bay is an award-winning wide sandy beach & is located about two miles west of St. Davids.  It has been described as the best surfing beach in Pembrokeshire and one of the best tourist beaches in the world.

Pembroke & Picton Castles

Pembroke & Picton are but two of the many castles in Pembrokeshire.  They offer great family days out.

Skomer Island

From Martins Haven you can take a boat trip out to Skomer Island National Nature Reserve for some great birdwatching.  May is especially a good time to see the Puffins.Carew Castle

Carew Castle & Tidal Mill

Carew Castle organise events throughout the calendar year, such as costumed activities for children, tours as well as seasonal extravaganzas.

Coastline & Beaches

We are very fortunate in Pembrokeshire to have a very varied and rugged coastline.  The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, one of Britain's breathing spaces, takes in about a third of the county covering 240 sq miles (620 sq km) including the entire coastal strip,  the upper reaches of the Daugleddau (two swords) and the Preseli's which are on our doorstep.  The Coast Path (85% within the boundaries of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park) is a walkers paradise with 186 miles of the most breathtaking coastal scenery in Britain.

We have so many beaches, over 50 to choose from and each one has its own identity and aesthetic qualities.   Favourite choices are Tenby which has three blue flag beaches, the stunning Barafundle Bay (part of the National Trust property of Stackpole & only accessible by the cliff path, followed by steep walk down to the beach) and appropriately named Whitesands.