Pembrokeshire Motorhome

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park

Exploring Pembrokeshire Coast National Park in a Easicampers motorhome offers you the chance to experience stunning coastal landscapes, charming towns, and a variety of outdoor activities. Here’s a detailed guide to help you plan your trip in and around Pembrokeshire:

Places to Visit

St. Davids

  • St. Davids Cathedral: Explore this magnificent cathedral and learn about its historical significance.
  • St. Davids Bishops Palace: Explore the ruins of this medieval palace.
  • St. Non’s Chapel and Holy Well: Visit this tranquil site associated with St. David’s mother, located near St. Davids.
  • Whitesands Bay: A beautiful sandy beach popular for swimming and surfing.
  • Solva: A charming village with a picturesque harbor, art galleries, and lovely coastal walks.


  • Tenby Beaches: Tenby offers several gorgeous beaches, including Castle Beach and South Beach.
    • Tenby Castle: Explore the ruins of this medieval castle and enjoy panoramic views of the town and coastline.
    • Tenby Museum and Art Gallery: Discover the history and culture of Tenby and its surrounding area.
    • Caldey Island: Take a boat trip to this serene island with a working monastery and stunning scenery.


  • Pembroke Castle: One of the most impressive and well-preserved medieval castles in Wales.
    • Pembroke Dock Heritage Centre: Learn about the area’s maritime history and connections to the Royal Navy.
    • Bosherston Lily Ponds: Stroll around the tranquil lily ponds and explore the nearby Stackpole Estate.

Marloes Peninsula

  • Marloes Sands: A stunning beach with dramatic cliffs and rock formations.
    • Skomer Island: Take a boat trip to this island for an incredible opportunity to see puffins and other seabirds.


  • Newport Sands: A picturesque beach with a backdrop of the Preseli Hills.
    • Newport Castle: Explore the ruins of this Norman castle.
    • Carningli Mountain: Hike to the summit for panoramic views of the coastline and surrounding area.
    • Pentre Ifan: Visit this Neolithic dolmen, one of the finest in Wales.

St. Bride’s Bay

  • Broad Haven: A sandy beach perfect for families and water sports enthusiasts.
    • Little Haven: A quaint fishing village with a small beach and coastal walks.
    • Strumble Head Lighthouse: Enjoy coastal walks and panoramic views from this historic lighthouse.
    • Abercastle: A small fishing village with a picturesque harbor and coastal trails.



Coastal Walks: The Pembrokeshire Coast offers breathtaking walks along the rugged coastline. Choose from shorter sections or tackle longer routes.

Pembrokeshire Coast Path: Embark on sections of this famous long-distance trail, offering stunning cliff-top views and hidden coves.

Stackpole to Barafundle Bay: Walk through woodlands to reach the pristine, secluded Barafundle Bay.

Water Sports

Try kayaking, surfing, or coasteering for an adventurous way to explore the coastline.

  • Surfing: Try surfing at Whitesands Bay, one of Pembrokeshire’s top surfing spots.
  • Kayaking: Explore Sea caves and coves by kayak, and keep an eye out for seals and dolphins.

Wildlife Watching

Pembrokeshire is a haven for wildlife. Join boat tours to spot seals, dolphins, and other marine creatures.

  • Dolphin and Seal Tours: Take guided boat tours to spot dolphins, porpoises, and seals in their natural habitat.
  • Birdwatching: Pembrokeshire is a birdwatcher’s paradise; bring your binoculars to spot a variety of species.


Enjoy cycling routes through picturesque countryside and coastal areas. The Celtic Trail West takes you through charming villages.

  • Celtic Trail West: Cycle along this designated route, passing through picturesque towns and coastal vistas.
  • Mountain Biking: Explore off-road trails in forests and countryside areas.

Historic Sites

Explore the numerous castles, chapels, and ancient ruins that dot the landscape.

  • Carew Castle and Tidal Mill: Discover this well-preserved castle and working tidal mill with its unique location.
  • Manorbier Castle: Explore this Norman castle with its impressive architecture and coastal views.

Motorhome Parking and Camping

Pembroke Caravan Park

  • Facilities: Electric hook-ups, showers, laundry facilities, and a children’s play area.
    • Nearby Attractions: Pembroke Castle, Pembroke Dock Heritage Centre.

Trefalen Farm Camping

  • Facilities: Basic facilities, including electric hook-ups, toilets, and showers.
    • Nearby Attractions: Marloes Sands, Skomer Island.

Tretio Caravan & Camping Park

  • Facilities: Electric hook-ups, showers, laundry, and a well-stocked shop.
    • Nearby Attractions: St. Davids, Whitesands Bay.

Newport Bay Caravan Park

  • Facilities: Electric hook-ups, showers, laundry, and direct access to the beach.
    • Nearby Attractions: Newport Sands, Parrog Beach.

Aberafon Campsite

  • Facilities: Basic facilities in a scenic location, perfect for a quieter camping experience.
    • Nearby Attractions: Coastal walks, Aberbach Beach.

Remember to book your camping site in advance, especially during peak seasons. Be aware of local rules and regulations regarding wild camping, and always practice responsible camping to minimize your impact on the environment.

Before your trip, make sure to check for any travel advisories, road conditions, and park regulations that may have changed since my last update in. Enjoy your motorhome journey through Pembrokeshire Coast National Park!


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