This charming little
village stands on the Carew River, which is a
tidal creek of the Daugleddau estuary and a
designated Site of Special Scientific Interest
However, Carew's biggest attraction stands alongside the river the evocative ruin of its imposing medieval castle which, in addition to its historical, architectural and archaeological importance is also said to be haunted by two ghosts.
It is now managed by the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and close by is the 11th century Celtic Cross and the restored Carew tidal mill, the only one of its kind in Wales still intact.