Activities & Places To See - West Wales Glamping
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The peaceful Pembrokeshire countryside provides the perfect setting for a relaxed and stress-free holiday. With ancient castles, pristine beaches, art galleries, horse riding, and much more. You can also simply kick back and relax then Fishguard is 10 mins away by car for all your essential supplies.

Pembrokeshire is a popular tourist attraction and has much to satisfy a diverse range of tastes. Below are our top favourite activities. More information can be found at the Pembrokeshire Tourist Information Centre.

The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path

We are within the national park and conservation area and have an offshoot of the coastal footpath run through our site and are within half-hour walk from one of the most the most spectacular coastal walks in the country. With plentiful wildflowers, wildlife, and bird watching possibilities lining the footpaths and our site.

For supported walking experiences, including a stay at Hillfort , contact Tented Trails. http://tentedtrails.co.uk/

Seal and Whale Watching is available around Strumble Head Light House and Ramsey Island. September and October are the best months to see the pups, a nice early evening walk to the best seal watching beaches in the UK stopping to watch the sunset into the sea on the way back from Garn Fawr. You may even see some dolphins, porpoises, whales or basking sharks. Check the history behind Strumble Head Lighthouse at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Strumble_Head_Lighthouse

Beaches

Walk, cycle or drive to the beautiful pebble beaches of Aber Bach and Aber Mawr. Take a BBQ, go for a swim, walk in the bluebell woods, or fish for mackerel. Sandy beaches can be easily found a little further away. The beautiful beaches of Whitesands and Newgale are great for bathing, sandcastles and surfing, coasteering, sea-kayaking.
Mayberry Kayaking, Newsurf, Preseliventure, and TYF are the best place to contact.

http://www.mayberrykayaking.co.uk

http://www.newsurf.co.uk

http://www.preseliventure.co.uk

http://www.tyf.com

Cycling

Explore the surrounding lanes, beaches and villages by following the national cycle routes or for off road fun visit the nearby Preseli Hills or Llys-y-Frân reservoir. You can check the Interactive Cycle routes on http://www.cyclepembrokeshire.co.uk/

Island Wildlife Visits.

Take a boat trip to one of the many islands that surround the Pembrokeshire coast. Ramsey and Skomer Islands are great destinations to see an abundance of wildlife. You can book your boat trip at http://www.venturejet.co.uk or http://thousandislands.co.uk/

Saltwater Fly Fishing

Saltwater fly fishing offers an opportunity to engage with a variety of fish species in an exciting and entertaining way. Hook a Bonefish, Tarpon, or Striper on a saltwater fly, and you will understand why. From the initial take to the sudden lunge on the fly rod, the battle is a memorable one!

Fancy a try? Why not take a guide?  SALTWATER FLY FISHING IN WALES is the best place to contact.

http://www.saltwaterflyfishingwales.com/

 

You can also find more information about Fishing in Wales here.

Eating & Drinking Out

The surrounding area has a high number of very good restaurants and there are many cafes and old world pubs to enjoy. Here few of our favorites:

http://www.llysmeddyg.com/

http://www.theshedporthgain.co.uk/

http://www.sloop.co.uk/ next to the blue lagoon http://www.druidstone.co.uk/

Castles

Pembrokeshire has much more than its fair share of castles.

See where the Tudor dynasty was born in Pembroke, amble amongst the ruins of Carew castle and Manorbrier. Visit the unusual 13th century castle at Picton or see Cardigan Castle as featured on the BBC?s Restoration programme, St Davids Cathedral.

http://www.pembrokeshirecoast.org.uk/default.asp?PID=397

Marine Biology Lovers – http://www.luddingtonmarine.co.uk/

Local Stables for Pony and Horse trecking Pembrokeshire have several fantastic locations for Horse-riding, please check http://noltonstables.com/
http://www.pembrokeshireridingholidays.co.uk/

http://www.stdavidstrekking.co.uk/

Crafts & Galleries

Pembrokeshire has long been a haven for artists.

The large number of quality galleries and craft centres testifies this. Visit some of the galleries and sculpture gardens, spend a day learning how to throw pots or bring your paints or camera and find out why so many artists have drifted to this part of the world.

Please check http://www.wales-pembs-art.com/

Theme Park & Other Campsites

Oakwood is nearby and perfect for the entire family. Treat yourself with a day out enjoying all the rides Oakwood has to offer!

www.oakwoodthemepark.co.uk/

Other great campsites and businesses around our area owned by friends of ours.

http://www.typarke.co.uk/ owned by Gary and Annie Loch and http://www.trellyn.co.uk/ owned by Kevin

If you have a Moggy and need an MOT, book it in at Jack Pontiago’s while you’re here. Let us know and we’ll give you a lift.)

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