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Camping in Pembrokeshire

Campsites in Pembrokeshire

With around 180 miles of stunning coastline, you’ll never be more than ten miles from the sea when camping in Pembrokeshire. Explore our campsites in Pembrokeshire here.

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The Park is probably best known for the 186 mile Pembrokeshire Coast Path which runs from Amroth in the south to Poppit Sands in the north. As well as being popular with walkers, the park is also excellent for mountain biking, climbing, pony trekking and bird watching. And, with all that water in close proximity, it’s popular with surfers, kayakers and canoeists too.

The area is steeped in history and boasts a wealth of prehistoric tombs, Celtic crosses and Iron Age hill forts, evidence of the pre-historic people who once lived here. There are also Norman castles, medieval churches and Victorian forts as well as many interesting market towns and villages.

St David’s, Britain’s smallest city is in the Park, famous too for its impressive cathedral – a shrine to the country’s patron saint. It’s near St David’s where you’ll find our Club campsite within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.

Things to do in Pembrokeshire

The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path has breathtaking scenery and a superb array of flora and fauna, you’ll spot plenty of wildlife too. Whitesands Beach, just below St David's Head, is perfect for surfing, body boarding and launching boats.

Whale and dolphin watching boat trips leave from St Justinian, Whitesands Beach and St David’s to Ramsey Island or take a boat trip round the RSPB reserve at Ramsey Island to see the breeding choughs and peregrines. Discounts are available on Site. Strumble Head north east of the Club Site is brilliant for sea bird watching.

The Preseli Hills in north Pembrokeshire are perfect for mountain biking. Visit Dinas Head in May and June and you’ll find the woodlands carpeted in bluebells. A nature trail here follows the River Tywi.

Places to visit

St David's - Britain's smallest city - is five miles from St David’s Club campsite. Its cathedral has been a place of pilgrimage since the Middle Ages.

Next door are the ruins of the Bishops Palace.

Solva Woollen Mills south of St David's campsite is one of the original Welsh Mills, where you can buy a traditional rug or even commission your own. Catch a boat to Skomer Island from Martin’s Haven.

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