Excursion 1— — A scenic drive to Pembrokeshire coast National Park, second best in the world. Travel to Pembroke via Lamphey where the medieval fortress birthplace to Henry VII stands. Take some free time to enjoy the towns of Pembroke. Our journey continues to St. David’s Cathedral which is a 6th century Monastery which has been a site of pilgrimage for many hundreds of years. There is a free time available to visit the inspiring Cathedral and learn the history of this impressive religious site. In the afternoon, we return to our hotel via Haverford West where you will have some free time if time permits.
Excursion 2— After breakfast we will head to Pendine Sands which has in the past been used for car and motorcycle races and also a venue for attempts at the world land speed record. There is a museum of speed which relates the history of Pendine Sands. Stronghold, which was replaced in medieval times by a Norman Castle and walled town. We will spend the afternoon in Carmarthen. Carmarthen, is a glorious town known for its Castle and railway.