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  • The campsite is perfectly positioned for walking or hiking
  • 10 minute walk to 2 miles of golden sands, accessible only on foot
  • Facilities including a takeaway café and shop,

Redford Caravan Park

Pembrokeshire, Wales Show on map

  • An Exceptional Family Holiday Location
  • Indoor & Outdoor Heated Swimming Pool Onsite
  • At the Heart of the Most Picturesque Part of South Wales
from £44.00 per night
from £96.00 per night
from £35.00 per night
from £10.00 per night
  • Set against a stunning backdrop of rolling countryside
  • Ideally located to explore St. Davids Peninsula and Pembrokeshire
  • A short drive to the stunning Whitesands Bay
from £25.00 per night
  • Four spacious fields with some outstanding views across Oxwich Bay
  • award-winning heated showerblock & children's adventure playground
  • Static caravan holiday homes for sale under private licence agreements

Llandow Caravan Park

The Vale of Glamorgan, Wales Show on map

  • Family-friendly touring caravan and camping park
  • Inclusive, welcoming, and accessible for all
  • 3 miles from the stunning Heritage Coast
  • Family friendly site in the tranquil Pembrokeshire countryside
  • Just outside the coastal town of Fishguard
  • On-site restaurant and bar open 5 days a week serving home made food

Timber Hill Leisure

Pembrokeshire, Wales Show on map

  • Uncover Nature, Nestled in a Valley by Broad Haven Beach & Coast Path
  • Cedarwood Lodges & Elegant Luxury Villa with Hot Tub
  • Games Room & Children's Play Area for Family Fun
from £259.00 per night
from £79.00 per night

Rhosson Ganol Campsite

Pembrokeshire, Wales Show on map

  • Camping and Touring Near St Davids
  • Superb Location for Caravan Holidays in Pembrokeshire
  • A Beautiful, Clean and Quiet Site
  • Family-Run Holiday Park Close to Saundersfoot
  • Spacious Camping Pitches with Ocean Views
  • Highly Esteemed On-Site Bar & Restaurant

South West Wales

South West Wales campsites are well located for enjoying the stunning sandy beaches, amazing scenery and outdoor recreation around Swansea, Neath and Pembrokeshire. It’s a great choice for family camping holidays near endless golden sands lapped by clean waters. Whitesands, Saundersfoot and Broadhaven beaches are among the best in South West Wales.

Tucked away in a quiet corner, this largely overlooked area of Wales remains remarkably uncrowded compared to Devon and Cornwall which is just across the Bristol Channel. It enjoys the same mild climate with pretty villages and historic attractions making it a great choice for camping and glamping breaks but without the hassle and expense.

Camping accommodation in South West Wales

South West Wales boasts a huge selection of modern campsites with clean shower facilities, fully equipped campers’ kitchens, play areas and even swimming pools and splash areas for kids to play. Campervans and caravans can book serviced pitches on South West Wales holiday parks and enjoy the benefits of electricity for their refrigerators, lighting and charging their mobile phones and high-tech gadgets to stay in touch with family and friends back home.

Hikers can explore the coastal footpath around South West Wales from their chosen campsite, glamping accommodation or caravan park. Rugged cliffs, wide sandy beaches, native birds and plenty of wildlife can be part of any staycation in Pembrokeshire, especially if you choose a rural or farm campsite.

Camping in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park

Few places can compete with the beauty and tranquillity of campsites in the Pembrokeshire National Park in South West Wales. It’s the only coastal national park in the UK and its outstanding natural beauty remains a well-kept secret.

Pembrokeshire campsites and holiday parks are close to many Blue Flag beaches including Amroth, Newgale, Saundersfoot, Tenby North and South, Poppit Sands and Lydstep. Many more beaches in South West Wales achieved Green Coast Awards or Seaside Awards making them ideal for safe swimming and bathing.

Hikers and walkers can pitch their tents on campsites just a stone’s throw from the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. It runs for 186 miles providing the best coastal views. Many campers choose to tackle the challenge in sections, moving between campsites or glamping accommodation in South West Wales as they progress along the coast. Although the path is mostly off-road, it includes some steep climbs before descending down to sandy beaches where a paddle will refresh tired feet.

Castles and cathedrals in South West Wales

This corner of South West Wales offers weekends breaks and staycations within easy reach of historic sites, impressive castles and delightful harbour towns. The most noteworthy castles to visit during your holiday in Pembrokeshire are Picton Castle, Pembroke Castle and Carew Castle. Ancient history abounds in this area of monoliths, megaliths and burial chambers which add to the pleasure of exploring this unspoilt area of South West Wales.

Don’t miss visiting the cathedral in St David’s, the UK’s smallest city. Tour the Bishop’s Palace before heading to the huge cathedral. There has been a church on the site since the 6th century and it continues to welcome worshippers and visitors to admire the architecture, cloisters, treasury and St David’s Shrine.

Sightseeing from your South West Wales campsite

There are plenty of places to visit in South West Wales that are free to enjoy. Tenby is a pretty coastal town with a harbour, museum and art gallery as well as a collection of cafes and tearooms.

Take a trip to Caldey Island from your caravan park or glamping base. It’s one of the most popular things to do in South West Wales. It’s a haven for birds and wildlife and has a historic Cistercian Monastery where monks once made perfume. Nearby Skomer Island is the place to spot cute puffins while Stackpole NT Nature Reserve is home to otters and other wildlife.

Bring your bicycle on your camping trip to South West Wales and enjoy the 6.5 mile bike trail through the scenic Preseli Hills and reservoir.

You’ll find camping holidays in South West Wales offer something for all ages and budgets. Families will love to get up-close to the animals at the award-winning Folly Farm Adventure Park while older kids will appreciate staying near Oakwood theme park with its roller-coaster rides.

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