Fishguard Bay Caravan & Camping Park is found on the north coast of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, and is renowned as a wonderful location for a family holiday. Open from early March to late October, this campsite in Wales welcomes touring caravans, motorhomes and tents, as well as offering a selection of holiday homes for hire.
Electric hook-ups are available, with all pitches grass and either flat or gently sloping. Most of the pitches at Fishguard Bay Caravan & Camping Park give terrific views out to sea. Facilities on site include a laundrette, heated shower and toilet blocks, and a dishwashing area. There is also an on-site shop and a children’s play area, ensuring guests can always stock up on essentials and allow little ones to run off any remaining energy reserves at the end of a day exploring the coast or the wonderful Welsh countryside. There's also a games room with a pool table and other activities – always handy as you never know what the weather is going to do.
Fishguard Bay Caravan & Camping Park is an ideal gateway to the whole of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. There are miles of walking and cycling routes that pass through and close to the park, with guests able to explore woodland, countryside and coastal paths at their leisure. Stunning views are offered all around this corner of south Wales, which is renowned for having some of the most rugged and unspoiled coastline anywhere in the world.
Organised activities are offered around the national park, including climbing, abseiling, pony trekking and much, much more. Fancy a day or two beside the seaside? There are many great beaches to explore, perfect for paddling and swimming. Want something a little more energetic? Watersports fans are well catered for, whether jet skiing, windsurfing, sailing, surfing, kitesurfing, canoeing or kayaking are your thing. But if you want to take it easy, there are places to enjoy a round of golf and to go fishing, too.
Guests can easily access most of south Wales from Fishguard Bay Caravan & Camping Park, with those looking to spend time in the towns and cities of the region attracted to Llanelli and Swansea. You can also spend time in Fishguard itself and from here you can travel to Rosslare in Ireland. Popular towns like Tenby and others across the countryside are also easy to reach – Tenby is about an hour by car from this campsite, as is Carmarthen. The area is also well known for its theme parks, with The Dinosaur Park outside Tenby one of the most popular attractions in the area. And about a 90-minute drive up the Welsh coast, you'll find yourself in the university town of Aberystwyth.
En route to Aberystwyth you'll discover Cardigan, which sits at the point where Ceredigion meets Pembrokeshire. Or head south west of this campsite to St David's, about a 30- to 45-minute drive away, on a peninsula which is the most westerly point in Wales. This is the smallest city in the UK and the cathedral is definitely worth a visit on your motorhome, camping and caravan holidays in Wales.