Neyland is situated within the UK's only coastal National Park, where you'll find beautiful, uncrowded anchorages, magnificent scenery and an abundance of wildlife.
Neyland is a wonderful place to enjoy the outdoors with a range of activities on offer including: cycling, fishing, bird-watching, and enjoying the wildlife and surrounding National Park.
There is a nature reserve with the Brunel Cycle trail and walk running through it right on our doorstep, located towards the upper basin of the marina, or if you are looking to venture further afield we have made some suggestions below...
If you have a few hours to spare we suggest the following:
- Explore the nature reserve to the north of the marina and, if you're lucky, you may even spot an Otter or a Kingfisher
- Take the opportunity to visit the numerous waterside pubs. There are pontoons situated on the waterway over the summer months in Dale, Hazelbeach and Burton
- Hire a bike from Neyland Yacht Haven also offers bike hire to explore the Brunel Trail or do a bigger circular route - find out more
If you have a half day to spare:
- Enjoy a boat trip out to see the wide variety of sea birds, dolphins and other marine life
- Take in some history and Pembrokeshire culture by visiting the castles at Pembroke, Haverfordwest, Carew or Manorbier
- Take your pick of one of our wonderful sandy beaches such as Broad Haven, Angle or Freshwater West
If you have a day to spare:
- Head to St Davids, the smallest city in the UK, to see the stunning Cathedral. Go via the picturesque Newgale Sands and the village of Solva for a beautiful detour.
- Visit one the many family attractions like Folly Farm
- Visit the archaeological dig and reconstructed roundhouses of the Iron Age fort at Castell Henllys
- Undertake the Barnlake Walk. This 5.8m circular walk takes in some stunning panoramic views of the river and some historical sites around Neyland and Brunel Quay. The walk is on footpaths, tracks and pavements and will take approx 3.5hours.