Strumble Head's dramatic cliffs, smugglers bays and Iron Age forts have inspired artists and poets, tempted Viking and Irish raiders and provided the habitat for seals, birds and wild-flowers through the ages. Set on the Northwest tip of the Pembrokeshire coastline, Strumble’s lighthouse, set just off the coast on it’s own little island, makes a fine viewpoint.
This area offers peaceful tranquillity and rural bliss, close to the coast, and within easy reach of nearby Fishguard's shops, restaurants, galleries and cinema. Many of Pembrokeshire’s most beautiful beaches are only a short drive away.
For a daytrip with a difference, Stena Ferries offer a twice daily service from Fishguard harbour to Rosslare in Ireland. This crossing also allows you to gain a great view of the Pembrokeshire coast from sea.
Strumble Heads’ cliffs and rocky coves are home to colonies of seals and birds. There are few more relaxing scenes than these majestic cliffs diving into the fast-moving currents.
It is the magnificent scenery throughout this area that draws visitors back year after year.