Ancient Pembrokeshire Tour
Take a step back in time with us to explore some of North Pembrokeshire’s most historic locations, from Neolithic monuments, impressive forts, and ancient ruins.
Ancient Pembrokeshire Small Group Tour
Travel in comfort in our bespoke 15-seat bus on this historical journey led by local residents.
Take a step back in time with us to explore some of North Pembrokeshire’s most historic locations, from Neolithic monuments, impressive forts, and ancient ruins. The tour will follow idyllic peaceful countryside to reach St Brynachs Church, nestled deep within Nevern valley where you’ll discover Celtic standing stones, the mysterious pilgrims cross, and Ogham writing.
After roaming the remains of the Norman Welsh fusion of Nevern Castle that stands above the village. Take in the breath-taking panoramic views of the ancient 6000-year-old Neolithic burial chamber of Pentre Ifan and learn of the legends of the Carningli Hill angels.
Going off the tourist track, explore the site of a megalithic bluestone quarry hidden within the Brynberian valley, a surprisingly serene rocky outcrop believed to be home to the Stonehenge Bluestones.
We drive over the Preseli Hills towards our last stop, Castell Henllys. Re-constructed on the original site, this reconstructed iron age hill fort is the perfect spot for lunch, and for rounding off your journey through Ancient Pembrokeshire.
Nevern is a small country hamlet straddling the river Nevern in a quiet agricultural community with only a few houses. Now a quiet and picturesque village, Nevern was an important administrative centre in medieval times. It has a wealth of historic monuments, including the remains of the motte and bailey castle above the village, an ancient bridge, and as an important location along the pilgrimage route to St. David’s (Two pilgrimages to St. David’s were once considered the equivalent of one journey to Rome).
Departs 9:30am – Returns 14:30pm (Approx)
Pick up is Goodwick Car park (beside Tesco)
Unfortunately due to the terrain we would not recommend this tour for wheelchair users or prams
Please Note : Lunch is not included in the ticket.
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