At the far south west of Wales lies Pembrokeshire, a county that has three sides bordered by the sea and is home to the Pembrokeshire Coastal National Park.
The county is a very popular tourist destination, with jobs in the hotel and catering sector as well as retail, especially in the high season months. Milford Haven in the south is a centre for the oil refinery business, offering technical, scientific, engineering and support services opportunities for jobseekers.
As a largely rural county, Pembrokeshire has a sound agricultural base. Other places include the ferryport town of Fishguard to the north and the seaside town of Tenby in the south.