Celebrating the Welsh county's first-class seafood, spectacular coastline, award winning beaches, and fascinating maritime heritage.
The Pembrokeshire Fish Week Festival began eighteen years ago as a small event focused around a national Sewin Competition on three West Wales Rivers. Since then, the festival has grown significantly and now attracts over 31,000 attendees to the County.
Previously the winner of the True Taste Food Tourism Destination and Pembrokeshire Tourism Premier event as well as being selected as the Independent Newspaper's Number one festival.
The award winning event has over 250 events and activities, put on by businesses and organizations across Pembrokeshire, throughout the nine days, offering something for all tastes and ages!
Whether you're taking the family for a day out, looking for an adventure, or just wanting to relax with good food in a beautiful setting.
The 2017 nine day long festival casts off with a packed weekend on Saturday June 24th at Lawrenny Castle Estate for Lawrennys Fish Week event and Sunday 25th June at Scolton Manor with the Western Telegraph's Big Day Out! The festival draws to a close with a spectacular weekend on the coast on Saturday 1st July in Goodwick with Stena Line and Fishguard and Goodwick Round Table, and Sunday 2nd July at the Saundersfoot Harbour Festival!
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