Fishguard and Goodwick
Everyone in Fishguard and Goodwick warmly welcomes back our visitors!
Please consider using our local Call and Collect, and Home Delivery services, which you can find in the downloadable lists below.
Pembrokeshire's Dolphin Coast
Fishguard Farmers Market
Goodwick's Prize Winning Brass Band
Crabbing in Lower Town
The Last Invasion Tapestry
LOCAL HOME DELIVERY SERVICES
Shops and outlets are offering Call & Collect, and Home Delivery Services to our residents and visitors from 11th July
Click on the links below to download easily printable copies.
Call And Collect
Fishguard and Goodwick are the twin towns at the heart of North Pembrokeshire, the hub in the midst of outstanding natural beauty that blends the allure of sea, towering cliffs, the Preseli Hills, historic churches, ancient standing stones, and delightfully mysterious valleys such as Cwm Gwaun.
Ideally situated for gentle and challenging walks we’re perched right on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, surrounded by Britain’s only Coastal National Park. You’ll find family owned shops and businesses as well as Galleries, Gift and Antique shops, and two weekly Markets – and plenty of quality or budget Cafés, Pubs and Restaurants when you need a refreshing break – all offering a warm Welsh welcome – Croeso!
1797 – The Last Invasion of Britain
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There’s always plenty to do
in North Pembrokeshire whether adventuring with sailing, kayaking, coasteering or hiking to sitting on a beach with an icecream! For rainy days there’s the gym and swimming pool, Theatr Gwaun’s digital cinema, Goodwick’s prizewinning Brass Band, live music, or one of our renowned music festivals. Famous sculptor Darren Yeadon has his workshop in Goodwick.
Fishguard’s Last Invasion Tapestry marks the 1797 invasion by Napoleon’s French troops defeated by local militia at the Battle of Fishguard. It’s said to rival the Bayeux Tapestry, but it’s certainly more colourful and detailed!
With Stena Line ferries sailing twice a day to Rosslare in Ireland, Fishguard is a favourite stop off point before crossing the Irish Sea. And, encouraging you to stay is wealth of accommodation, from camp sites and self-catering to bed and breakfast, quality guest houses and hotels.