2018 – Welsh Year of The Sea

This year Wales is celebrating the sea and everything about it, encouraging visitors to explore and learn about this fantastic resource.

Here in Pembrokeshire the coast is protected by The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and there is a 186 mile National Trail, The Pembrokeshire Coast Path, giving access to every bit of this spectacular stretch of coastline.

Pembrokeshire boasts over 100 beaches, many pristine, wild and beautiful with 11 Blue Flags, 12 Green Coast, 11 Seaside and 21 Rural Seaside awards.

We have 20 stunning beaches within 16 miles of the campsite, some easily accessible with parking, toilets and cafe/ice cream vans and others more remote and truly wild requiring a short walk and maybe sets of steps or even a rope to get to!

We regularly visit the coast for swimming, kayaking, surfing, fishing, snorkeling, walking, running, rock climbing, picnicking, wildlife watching, photography and beach combing so we can recommend suitable places for our campers to go to get the experiences they are after.

We have links with local adventure provider TYF for organised activities including coasteering, surfing, paddle boarding, rock climbing and can organise discounts for activities for our campers.

We also have discount vouchers for Thousand Island Expeditions who offer guided wildlife boat trips to Ramsey Island and the offshore islands to see seabirds including Razorbills, Guillemots, Gannets and Puffins and cetaceans including Dolphins, Porpoises and Whales in addition to the fascinating geology, history and marine science of this coastline.