Cities, towns and villages
- 2 Fishguard (Welsh: Abergwaun) – ferry boat to Rosslare in Ireland
- 3 Haverfordwest (Welsh: Hwlffordd) – historic market town, often missed by visitors in the dash for the coast.
- 4 Milford Haven (Welsh: Aberdaugleddau)
- 5 Narberth (Welsh: Arberth)
- 6 Newport – (Welsh: Trefdraeth or Tudraeth)
- 7 Pembroke (Welsh: Penfro)
- 8 Tenby (Welsh: Dinbych-y-pysgod) – medieval walled town and elegant seaside resort.
- 9 Abercastle (Welsh: Abercastell)
- 10 Abereiddy (Welsh: Abereiddi) – home of the Blue Lagoon flooded slate quarry.
- 11 Amroth
- 12 Broad Haven (Welsh: Aber Llydan)
- 13 Freshwater East (Welsh: Aberfawr)
- 14 Herbrandston
- 15 Lawrenny
- 16 Manorbier (Welsh: Maenorbŷr)
- 17 Newgale (Welsh: Niwgwl)
- 18 Porthgain
- 19 Saundersfoot (Welsh: Llanussyllt)
- 20 Solva (Welsh: Solfach) – a popular boating centre with one of the most picturesque harbours in Wales.
- 1 Pembrokeshire Coast National Park (Welsh: Parc Cenedlaethol Arfordir Penfro) – Britain's only coastal national park, including islands such as 2 Skomer and 3 Ramsey Island.
Public transport to Pembroke also includes both local and national bus lines.
- Cathedral and Bishop's Palace in St Davids
- Castles of Haverfordwest, Pembroke and Manorbier
- Standing stones near Newport and Abercastle
- Kayaking available from a number of companies, including a couple in Fishguard.
- Coasteering from Abercastle and Abereiddy
- Boat trips to see the landscape and wildlife, from locations such as St Davids and Milford Haven
- Adventure parks in Narberth, Tenby and Saundersfoot
- Walk the Pembrokeshire Coast Path
- Beaches at Abercastle, Abereiddy, Amroth, Broad Haven, Herbrandston, Manorbier, Newgale, Saundersfoot