Welcome to Fishguard & Goodwick
Fishguard and Goodwick are north Pembrokeshire’s finest holiday location. Fishguard is at the hub of an outstanding blend of natural beauty of sea, cliffs, the Preseli hills and the mysterious Gwaun valley. The National Geographic magazine names Pembrokeshire as the second best coastal destination in the world. This part of Wales is a real paradise and wildlife is abundant. Birdwatching and opportunities to see and watch sea life abound. There is opportunity for course and sea fishing as well as golf, and other sports. Our new railway station makes arrival by train easy.
Fishguard and Goodwick are in the middle of The Pembrokeshire Coast path, the jewel of the coastal National Park. There are family owned shops and businesses including galleries and gift shops that all offer a warm and personal welcome. This area has many places to eat including nationally renowned restaurants. We have lots of places to stay, from camp sites to good hotels. From walking to sailing, sitting on the beach to working out in the gym. There is something for everyone to do in North Pembrokeshire, including going to the cinema in Theatr Gwaun.
The Fishguard Town Hall is home to the Fishguard Tapestry which some say is a rival to the Bayeux. This tapestry marks the last invasion of Britain in 1797 and is held in a special gallery in the Town Hall. The prize winning Goodwick Brass Band has its home here.We are also a popular port to visit Ireland, which is nearer than England. There is a daily Stena ferry service to Rosslare from Fishguard Harbour.
The Tourist Information Centre in the Town Hall is pleased to respond to your enquiries.