The Pembrokeshire Treasure Trove

The County of Pembrokeshire offers magnificent beaches for swimming and surfing, hills for walking and horse-riding, museums, art galleries and craft workshops to explore, and all manner of sports and activities to try.

Dale itself is a popular centre for yachting and boating – its sheltered bay is ideal for learning to windsurf.

The Dale Peninsula, on which the apartments stand, is a treasure trove for the holidaymaker and serious naturalist alike. Skirted by seven miles of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, the peninsula has glorious views, quiet coves, rocky headlands, cornfields and farmland extending to the very edge of the clifftop, all creating a unique and richly varied environment. In spring and summer wild flowers grow in profusion beside the coastal path.

You will see the dramatic patterns of rock strata that have been formed in the Old Red Sandstone cliffs over millions of years, and all around a wealth of birdlife for which the area is renowned – gulls, terns, gannets, cormorants, fulmars, peregrines, choughs, to name but a few.