Top things to do

Music in Fishguard (Abergwaun)

Fishguard Folk Festival

A four-day festival of music and dance held over the holiday weekend at the end of May, this is a wonderful way to experience Welsh musical traditions as well as modern-day interpretations of this ancient craft. Mos…
Viewpoint in Fishguard (Abergwaun)

Strumble Head

On wild and rocky Strumble Head, a lighthouse beams out its signal as high-speed ferries thunder past on their way to Ireland. The headland makes a good vantage point for spotting dolphins, seals, sharks and sunfish…
Bar in Fishguard (Abergwaun)

Peppers

This hip hub includes an interesting art gallery and an excellent restaurant, but what we really love about Peppers is its little burgundy-walled bar. There's a good selection of Welsh craft beer and cider, a decent…
Italian in Fishguard (Abergwaun)

Number 3

This simple restaurant with bare wooden floors, leather chairs and a mellow vibe turns out excellent pasta, pizza and risotto, but the fare's not all Italian by any means. A range of gourmet burgers rubs shoulders w…
Deli in Fishguard (Abergwaun)

Gourmet Pig

Delicious sandwiches, samosas, deli platters, pies and pastries are the main attractions at this relaxed deli-cafe, along with barista-made Coaltown coffee (roasted in Ammanford). Grab a window seat and watch Fishgu…
Pub in Fishguard (Abergwaun)

Ship Inn

This lovely little 250-year-old pub has an open fire in winter and walls covered in memorabilia, including photos of Richard Burton filming Under Milk Wood outside (the street and nearby quay have not changed a bit)…
Church in Fishguard (Abergwaun)

St Gwyndaf's Church

At the heart of the tiny village of Llanwnda, 2 miles northwest of Goodwick, 8th-century St Gwyndaf's showcases its antiquity in the carved stones, inscribed with crosses and Celtic designs, set into the outside wal…
Hill in Fishguard (Abergwaun)

Garn Fawr

The section of coast between Porthgain and Fishguard is one of the most remote of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, sheltering ancient monuments, dramatic cliffs and rocky coves. Rising above everything is the rocky sum…
Arts & Crafts in Fishguard (Abergwaun)

Melin Tregwynt

Since 1912 the same family has run this traditional woollen mill, which churns out some of Wales' best blankets, cushions and upholstery fabrics. New designs have brought the traditional weaves bang up to date and t…
Gallery in Fishguard (Abergwaun)

Last Invasion Gallery

Inspired by the Bayeux Tapestry, which recorded the 1066 Norman invasion at Hastings, the Fishguard Tapestry was commissioned in 1997 to commemorate the bicentenary of the failed Fishguard invasion. It uses a simila…