Known as "Little England beyond Wales", Pembrokeshire, because of its marvellous natural harbour, was one of the first parts of Wales to be taken over by the English. As a consequence, it is one of the few parts where you will hardly ever hear Welsh spoken.
As a county, though, it has much beautiful scenery, from the grandeur of the coastal pathway along the cliffs to the rolling countryside a little inland. It has many places to visit, from the massive Pembroke Castle to the picturesque Carew Castle and tidal mill (and, of course, the ancient Carew Cross).
In our first film we visit one of the ancient sites, a tiny chapel erected by one of the first Christian missionaries to this part of Wales, then we inspect some moderately modern defences and a really old tomb.