South Wales

South Wales, particularly the Pembrokeshire coast, is a stunning region with a rich history, beautiful landscapes, and a rugged coastline. Traveling in a motorhome allows you to explore this region at your own pace and enjoy the scenic beauty it has to offer. Here are some of the best places to visit and nearby campsites:

  1. St. Davids
    • Place to Visit: As the UK’s smallest city, St. Davids is home to the impressive St. Davids Cathedral.
    • Campsite: St. Davids Dewi View Campsite or Caerfai Bay Caravan and Tent Park.
  2. Tenby
    • Place to Visit: A picturesque seaside town with colorful buildings, medieval walls, and beautiful beaches.
    • Campsite: Kiln Park Holiday Centre or Meadow Farm Campsite.
  3. Pembroke Castle
    • Place to Visit: Explore the birthplace of Henry VII and the impressive medieval castle.
    • Campsite: Monkton Wyld Farm or Freshwater East Caravan and Motorhome Club Site.
  4. Barafundle Bay
    • Place to Visit: Often listed among the UK’s best beaches, it’s a secluded bay with golden sands.
    • Campsite: Stackpole Under the Stars.
  5. Pembrokeshire Coast National Park
    • Place to Visit: Enjoy coastal walks, wildlife spotting, and breathtaking views.
    • Campsite: Newgale Camping Site or Pencarnan Farm Camping Site.
  6. Preseli Hills
    • Place to Visit: Discover the source of the bluestones used in Stonehenge and enjoy panoramic views.
    • Campsite: Gwaun Vale Touring Park.
  7. Fishguard
    • Place to Visit: A coastal town known for its harbor and the nearby Lower Town Fishguard, which is a picturesque fishing village.
    • Campsite: Yet-Y-Gors Campsite and Fishery.
  8. Carew Castle & Tidal Mill
    • Place to Visit: Explore the Norman castle and the only restored tidal mill in Wales.
    • Campsite: Redlands Touring Caravan & Camping Park.
  9. Broad Haven and Little Haven
    • Place to Visit: Two adjacent villages with lovely beaches and a relaxed atmosphere.
    • Campsite: Little Haven Retreats.
  10. Manorbier Castle
  • Place to Visit: A Norman castle overlooking a beautiful beach.
  • Campsite: Manorbier Country Park.

When traveling in a motorhome, always ensure that you’re allowed to park overnight at your chosen campsite, as some sites may have restrictions. It’s also a good idea to book in advance, especially during peak tourist seasons, to secure a spot. Enjoy your trip around the beautiful Pembrokeshire coast!

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