is the westernmost peninsular of South Wales.
The southern part of the county which forms the Hunt Country is bounded
by the sea on the south and west, by the deep inlet of Milford Haven
and by the A40 on the north, and on the east just beyond the county
boundary with Carmarthenshire
country consists mainly of small grassland pastures and woodland.
Dairy and sheep farmers and smallholdings make up the rural scene,
punctuated by deep wooded valleys. The southern part of the County
of Pembroke was colonised by the Normans and Flemings at the expense
of the native Welsh and the area became known as 'Little England beyond
Wales' and continues to be an English speaking area to this day.