New angle on the Pembrokeshire Fish Week Festival will be launched this summer.
For the first time visitors will be able to celebrate all things fishy with a guided walk around some of the County’s most spectacular scenery.
The Pembrokeshire Coast Path Guided Walking Holiday kicks off at Milford Haven on June 21st and ends up in Whitesands on June 28th.
On the way walkers will be able to dine on Fish Week specials and take part in festival activities as they take in the stunning scenery along the coastal path.
“This is a first for us and we hope that it will enhance visitors’ Fish Week experience,” said Kate Morgan, organiser and food development manager at Pembrokeshire County Council.
“The Pembrokeshire Fish Week Festival is a great way to see the coast as so many of our events from dining-out to crabbing take place along the shoreline.
“As much as Fish Week is about celebrating of fresh local fish and our fishing heritage, it’s also about celebrating this iconic coastline and whether walking or simply eating at a coastal location, visitors can do it in style!”
The five-day walking holiday will be run by a fully accredited Visit Wales guide with accommodation and luggage transport included.
Launched in 2000, Pembrokeshire Fish Week is an annual festival celebrating Pembrokeshire’s fresh seafood, coastline and maritime heritage.
This year’s festival takes place between June 22nd and 30th and features a huge range of events including cooking demonstrations, marine fun days, coastal foraging, learn to fish events and seashore picnics.
Pembrokeshire Fish Week Festival is organised by Pembrokeshire County Council and part funded by the Welsh Government.
For more information about all the events in the festival, including the Guided Walk, go online at www.pembrokeshirefishweek.co.uk