In recent years Pembrokeshire has been awarded many Blue Flag awards in recognition of its clean beaches and water. There are also a number of theme and leisure parks to be found in the surrounding area. This is a selection of local attractions - click on a link for more detailsBattlefield LiveBattlefield Live is outdoor combat gaming at its best. Infra red is used so no one gets hurt making it suitable for all ages. This is an exciting, action packed experience! Great for families. Accredited by Visit Wales as a quality attraction.Beach RidingNolton Stables is superbly located to offer spectacular beach riding, as well as hacks through visually dramatic coastal fields and their own private, woodland valley. Day visitors and beginners welcome (ages 4 years up).Blue Lagoon WalesBlue Lagoon is an exciting indoor water park with a whole host of activities for all ages, including waves. There are rapids which take you outside, slides which twist and turn (two in darkness!) as well as the lazy river for the more serene approach.Caldey IslandA fleet of boats run from Tenby Harbour, every day except Sunday, throughout the summer months, weather permitting landing on Caldey Island. Tickets can be bought from the relevant booth on the harbour.Carew CastleThe magnificent Carew Castle has a history spanning 2,000 years. Set in a stunning location, overlooking a millpond, the castle displays the development from a Norman fortification to an Elizabethan country house.Carew KartingThe Place to Race! Cadet Karts available for 8 - 15 years with Thunder Karts (the fastest karts in the business!) for 16 year and up. Beginners and experts welcome at the 500m outdoor, high speed, tarmac track.Clerkenhill Adventure FarmEnjoy the exciting adventure trail through the woodlands and experience swings, slides, play areas and tube tunnel slides, pedal go karts and a tractor track. Undercover play for wet days as well as a cafe. Entrance price now inclues 18 holes of Frizbee Golf - like golf but with frizbees thrown into baskets! Fun for all ages!Coasteering with Celtic QuestThis activity centre (50mins from Tenby) is dedicated to Coasteering - an outdoor activity involving Rock Hopping, Adventure Swimming, Cliff Jumping, Scramble Climbing and more - exploring the coast at sea level. You do NOT need to be a strong swimmer but you must be aged 8 years and above.Coasteering with TYFCoasteering couldn’t be more simple – squeeze into a wetsuit, safety helmet and old trainers then scramble, climb, swim and cliff jump your way around Pembrokeshire’s spectacular rocky coastline, turning rocks, cliffs, caves and waves into playthings! Jumping is not compulsory but most people like to try it.Colby Woodland GardensSet in a tranquil and secluded valley, this glorious informal woodland garden with a fascinating industrial past is always bursting with colour and wildlife. Whatever the season, there's something to delight. Please note the house is not open.Cwm Deri VineyardSituated 12 miles from Tenby (25 mins) you can stroll through the beautiful grounds, with the vineyard and modern winery building right in the heart of this Estate. Learn about the wine -making process as well as taking a walk to see the grapes growing and being harvested. There is a shop, restaurant as well as wine tastings.Dinosaur ParkThe Dinosaur Park in Gumfreston, just outside Tenby offers family fun that lasts all day, including Astra Slide, free 18-hole Adventure Golf, Off Roaders Circuit, Super Jumper Trampolines, Sand Diggers, Jungle Climb, Pedal Trucking, Disco Boats, Motorised Tractors and Orbiter Cars.Fly Heli WalesExplore the stunning countryside and coastline of Pembrokeshire from a the air in a helicopter. Sightseeing flights around the castles, beaches and much more.Folly FarmThis is a "must do" day out for the whole family! Voted 'Best Family Day Out in Wales' at the National Tourism Awards for Wales 2010-2012. There is a farm, a zoo, an indoor vintage funfair as well as a whole host of indoor and outdoor adventure.Guided Walks of TenbyRun by Marion Davies, a recognised Official guide by Visit Wales, these walks are informative, intriguing and entertaining. Walks include The Ghost Walk of Tenby (voted by the Sunday Times as one of the top 5 in Britain!) , The Story of Tenby, Pirates, Tenby Harbour as well as Poets and Painters.Haven Boat ChartersIf you wish to book a fishing trip - this is a highly recommended service. David Hancock whose vast knowledge makes an enjoyable fishing day out.Heatherton World of ActivitiesA family leisure park whose activities include paintball, karting, golf and archery, with an indoor play area and water peddlerz for the younger children.New in 2011 was the sky tower and power fan. Also includes the Tree Tops Trail.Ironmanwales 2018Scheduled for Sunday, September 9th, 2018. The start of the race is at South Beach in the seaside village of Tenby. After exiting the waters of Carmarthen Bay after the 3.8km swim, the athletes will take on the challenge of the 180km bike course through the fascinating countryside of Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, passing numerous castles and iconic landmarks. The medieval town walls and picturesque beach front provide an impressive backdrop for the concluding marathon through Tenby.Llys-y-Fran Country Park & ReservoirThere is a wide variety to interest the whole family at this great park (free admission), from walking, cycling to rowing as well as the spectacular views of the 100ft high dam and beautiful surrounding countryside. Fishing and sailing also available and a children's adventure playground for all ages.Manor House Wildlife ParkAnna Ryder Richardson's Wild Welsh Zoo as featured on ITV Wales. Animals include lemurs, gibbons, zebras and marmosets all roaming with lots of space. You can feed the wallabies in their vast area and mingle with a lot of the animals.Manorbier CastleJust six miles from Tenby Manorbier Castle offers a Norman castle overlooking the beautiful beach bringing history to life. Explore the gardens and enjoy the shop and tea room.Marros Riding CentreMarros Riding Centre in Pendine offers beach rides, woodland rides, group riding sessions, with equipment provided for all from beginners to the more experienced rider. For the more experienced (and over 16 years) a beach ride is a must - weather dependant.Oakwood Theme ParkOne of the top 10 theme parks in the UK. There is fun for the whole family, including the gentler Tree Tops Roller Coaster to Megaphobia - the biggest wooden roller coaster in Europe!Ocean CommotionLocated in a converted chapel, Ocean Commotion is a family run indoor play centre split over 5 levels, making it the largest independent soft play frame in Pembrokeshire. Split into 3 zones for different ages (0-2yrs, 2-4yrs, 4-10yrs). Well worth a visit - refreshments available for sale for the parents while the children have fun!Outer Reef Surf SchoolOne of Wales' leading surf schools, offering surf tuition from around £25 for a half day. All welcome including groups, families, stag and hen parties as well as children aged 6 years upwards. Start your surf lessons today!Wickedly Welsh ChocolateThe Wickedly Welsh Chocolate Company is a family run business whose owners Karen and Mark are truly passionate about all things chocolate. Have great fun with the amazingly talented team producing a range of high quality, contemporary and slightly eccentric hand crafted chocolates from their artisan factory in Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire.Pembroke CastleBirthplace of Henry VII in 1457(with the original castle dating back to 1093) , this mighty castle is largely intact and is a great place to explore for the whole family. Exhibitions and activities (such as brass rubbing) make this an enjoyable yet educational day out.Pembrokeshire Coast National Park186 miles of stunning coastal path - the UK's only truly coastal National Park. Dogs on lead welcome.Pembrokeshire FalconryPrivate falconry experiences for individuals, families and groups of all ages.This company also offer wedding ring delivery to make the big day extra special!Pembrokeshire ParaglidingPembrokeshire Paragliding offers tuition from fully qualified instructors - fly over the picturesque Preseli Mountains - tandem flights also available.Pembrokeshire Wake ParkIf you want a fun outdoor experience and enjoy the water - this really is the place for you to visit. Wakeboarding, Aquapark, Ringo Rides - its all great fun with a superbly run coffee shop and decking to sit back and enjoy even if you do not wish to participate. Picton CastleSet in 40 acres of wodland, Picton Castle is a lovely day out for the family. Half fortified manor house and half medieval castle this is a very unusual building, steeped in history back to the 13th century.Ritic Valley QuadsQuad bike experiences for all aged 6 and over. Great fun for families as well as corporate, stag and hen parties. The "arrive and drive" is for 6 years upwards but the "Trail Riding" and "The Full Monty" are for 16 yrs upwards. Great fun in the rain or sunshine - discounts available for large parties.A day at Sea - Good fishing is to be found in the off Tenby and the neighbouring village of Saundersfoot and also around the charming island of Caldey. Fishing trips can be arranged from the Tenby & Saundersfoot harbours –and this is just a selectionStackpole EstateThis National Trust owned estate is well worth a visit. Visit the beautiful beaches of Broadhaven South or Barafundle, take a spectacular cliff top walk, explore the heart of the estate where Stackpole Court once stood or visit Bosherston Lakes, home to otters, wildfowl and dragonflies.Tenby Golf ClubEstablished in 1875, this is the oldest affiliate club in Wales and one of the finest links courses in the UK. Visitors are warmly welcomed and can enjoy the relaxed club house, complete with food, drink, snooker and Sky Sport.Leisure CentresLeisure Centres in the county provided by pembrokeshre County CouncilTenby Museum & Art GalleryHoused in part of the remains of Tenby Castle, the Museum looks deceptively small but has six spacious galleries as well as a café, gift shop and toilet. There are permanent exhibitions as well as guest exhibition.Tenby RNLITenby Lifeboat Station was the first station in the world to receive the most advanced lifeboat - the Tamar. Entry is free where you can learn all about the history of the RNLI as well as examine the "Haydn Miller" up close!Tenby WatersportsAvailable from both the harbour and the North Beach this company offers jet skiing, kayak hire, motor boat hire, paddle boarding as well as towed watersports (banana boat, donut rides, wakeboarding and kneeboarding).The Lovespoons GallerySituated 5 miles from Tenby, The Lovespoon Workshop continues the ancient Welsh tradition of carving lovespoons. They provide customers with an extensive range of hand made lovespoons carved exclusively at their workshop. They also provide demonstrations Trefloyne Golf ClubOnly 1.5 miles outside of Tenby, Trefloyne Golf Course and Country Club offers a tranquil round of golf - visitors warmly welcomed. Purely parkland golf with breathtaking views of Tenby and Carmarthen bays.Enjoy a meal at the relaxed Terrace Restaurant or a drink at the bar after a hard day's golf!Tudor Merchants HouseStep back 500 years and discover how the Tudor merchant and his family would have lived in this fascinating three-storey house, situated close to the harbour within the historic walled town of Tenby. This is a National Trust House.ZorbingNolton Stables is also the home of Zorbing Wales where, put simply, you roll down a hill in a big inflatable ball! One or two people can be strapped in. Aged 12 upwards with under 16's needing parental consent. Height and weight restrictions apply.