Fishguard

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The port of Fishguard, mainly serves the commerce between Wales and Ireland. The place is mostly famous as the site of the last invasion of Britain in February of 1797. 

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Fishguard, at the Welsh fish village

Found in north Pembrokeshire, it is also known as the Harbour in Lower Town Fishguard. The place is mostly famous as the site of the last invasion of Britain in February of 1797. The construction of the port started in 1894 and lasted until 1906. It mainly served the commerce between Wales and Ireland. You will find a laid back lifestyle here. There are a few shops, restaurants and pubs. During the year there are many sports and culture events that take place. Find routes and tickets to Fishguard at Let’s Ferry.  

Attractions in Fishguard
- The Fishguard Fort is an ancient fort and today you see a few of its remains. It was built in 1781 and has a breathtaking view to the sea and the port.
- Visit the Last Invasion Tapestry Gallery, on the first floor of Fishguard’s Town Hall. See the impressive tapestry that depicts the facts that took place during the legendary invasion in 1797. 
- The Pentre Ifan Burial Chamber is the most famous megalithic monument of Whales. It’s 20 km from the port. 
- The David’s Cathedral is the oldest in Whales. The first Church on the exact same spot was built in the 6th century. You will find it in Haverfordwest, 25 km from the port.

Beaches in Fishguard

- At Pwllgwaelod beach you can enjoy a seafront picnic, SUP or bring your dog for a swim. It’s a small, sandy bay with shallow waters. 
- The Aberfforest is a secluded beach, both rocky and sandy. Follow the path from the beach to find yourself in front of a beautiful waterfall. It’s 6 km from the port.
- Newport is a city 16 km from the port, which has its own beach with shallow waters. At this beach you can enjoy water sports and fishing and there is a café. 

Activities in Fishguard
- Kayak, rowing
and SUP at the protected from the wind waters at the port.
- Sailing classes at thelocal Sailing Club. There are several annual events that take place here.
- Hiking and exploring at the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, which is 25 km from the port. It’s the only coastal park in Britain and some of the things you can find there are: paths with amazing views, castles, islets, a brewery and beaches. 
- Rent a boat for dolphin and whales watching. When the weather permits, the local boats will take you at the spots where you can see dolphins and whales swimming and playing. 

Fishguard, Access: You can reach the port by car, plane, bus, train or ferry. Cardiff’s airport is 180 km from the port.

Only in Fishguard: Meet and greet a cute alpaca family at the Sweet Home Alpaca. Visit the farm in Cuffern, 20 km from the port. You can take a 45-minute walk with an alpaca, take pictures and during the summer you can book a spot at the camping area. 

Tip: The official currency in Wales is the British sterling, also known as pound.

Information about the port of Fishguard

The port is connected to Rosslare.
Facilities at Fishguard’s port: Free Wi-Fi, ATM, taxi, coffee shop, shuttered waiting area, WC, WC for the disabled, playground and paid parking

Useful phones, Fishguard:
Port: 
+44 1348 404430
Hospital: +44 1437 764545
Police: +44 1267 222020

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