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Milford Haven - Port Information

A great place for cruise excursions, day trips, and shore days.

Milford Haven is a town and community in Pembrokeshire, South West Wales with a population of 12,800. The Haven is an estuary which forms a natural safe harbour which has been used as a port since the middle ages. The town was built in 1790 on the north side of the estuary as a whaling centre. It developed into a Royal Navy dockyard and then a fishing and commercial dock with the focus moving in the 1960s to logistics for fuel oil and liquid gas. The port is now the 4th largest in the UK in terms of tonnage. It plays an important role in the UK energy sector with several oil refineries and one of the biggest liquid natural gas terminals in the world.

Milford itself has an historic core based on a grid pattern with much later incorporation of other settlements. It serves as a commercial centre for the immediate locality. The former working docks are now an attractive marina and were rebranded in 1991 offering retail facilities, the town museum and entertainment.

Cruise ship visitors will want to go further afield if they wish to see the real attractions of Pembrokeshire. This is a beautiful and largely rural area with a huge unspoilt coastline teeming with wildlife. This can be accessed by the Pembrokeshire Coastal path, a number of cycle tracks or you can take a boat to off shore islands of Skomer, Caldey, Ramsey and Grassholm. A third of Pembrokeshire including the whole of the coastline and the Preseli Hills is a National Park. There are many medieval castles with nearby Pembroke being seen as the quintessential mediaeval walled town. There are also opportunities to visit St David's Cathedral, Pembroke, the picturesque seaside town of Tenby, St Govan's Chapel or perhaps take part in one of the many adventure activities for which the area is well known-rib riding, sea kayaking or coasteering. Or you could visit Laugharne and its boat house where Dylan Thomas wrote much of his best work.

Cruise Excursions Milford Haven

Minibus Hire in Pembrokeshire

A 7 hour tour of the highlights of Pembrokeshire taking in Pembroke Castle, St David's Cathedral and any other points of particular interest to your group. The... more

$460.00 for a private group of up to 8
Available at Milford Haven
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