Camping is for the adventurous and those who value a quiet weekend away surrounded by nature. Wales is one of the most picturesque places for camping, known for its landscapes and views. When you have to choose between the Pembrokeshire Coast and Snowdonia, the choice is not simple. The beauty of the region means that there are many undiscovered places that offer impressive views.
Tycanol Farm is located close to the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. This path is one of the most popular camping spots in the region, with more than 180 miles of rugged coast and views towards beaches and cliffs.
If you choose to visit Tycanol Farm you will be able to enjoy a variety of activities. Walk along the sandy beaches while enjoying the mesmerizing views towards the cliffs, peppered with huddled stone houses. Explore the coves and estuaries teeming with local wildlife that are located nearby and do not miss the opportunity to get lost in the national park.
If you are not the adventurous type and prefer to stay in a hotel on the coast, spend a night in Fishguard, the closest town. This town has several traditional restaurants and views towards the sea. The region has several pubs that are worthy of being explored.
The camping grounds are ample, with spaces for tents and caravans. The main attraction are the views, with St George’s Channel glimmering in the distance. What makes this place special, apart from its views, is the camping’s remote location.
Those who want to explore the local fauna can head towards Pwll Deri to see seals. If you are more into beaches, spend a day at Whitesands and the busier Newport beaches. In Newport you will find many cultural attractions, including an ancient church and a Norman Castle.
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