Obviously as our family has farmed this land for generations, we’re pretty big fans of our beautiful county! And with our quiet, sweeping fields overlooking the spectacular coastline and Ramsey Island, we’ve created the perfect campsite to enjoy an authentic Pembrokeshire experience. So, if you’re looking for a new holiday destination, these are just some of the many reasons to book a camping holiday in Pembrokeshire.
- The scenery is incredible
With rugged islands, cairn-capped mountains, rolling farmland, ancient forests, golden beaches, rocky coves, picturesque villages and epic sunsets, we’ve got your Instagram page covered. Whether you’re exploring inland or visiting the coast, you’ll never tire of the stunning views around you, especially in areas within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
- We’ve got the best beaches
OK, so we’ve already mentioned beaches but ours are so good they deserve a category all of their own. Not only are there over 50 to choose from, we have some of the best Blue Flag beaches in the UK. Clean, rarely overcrowded and picture perfect, our sandy shores really are worth discovering.
- The weather is warmer
Did you know that Pembrokeshire has it’s own micro climate? While Wales is well known for its rain (although we do get that too), the warmth of the Gulf Stream makes Pembrokeshire one of the balmiest, sunniest places in the UK.
- It’s packed with historic sites
From the Neolithic stones circles and Iron Age burial chambers of the Preseli Hills to castles, stately homes and the majestic St Davids Cathedral and Bishop’s Palace, Pembrokeshire is full of historic sites. Whether you’re a history buff or not, you’ll find plenty of heritage sites to explore, with many attractions holding events and activities.
- It’s great place to try new sports
Watersports are the obvious ones here – there are providers all around the coast offering sports like kayaking, paddle boarding, surfing, sailing and coasteering. Our lovely lanes and challenging mountain trails also make Pembrokeshire a favourite destination with cyclists. Or you can go exploring on horseback if you fancy a canter through the countryside!
- There are loads of family attractions
If you’re on holiday with the kids, having a few good family attractions nearby is always a bonus. We’ve got everything from wildlife and theme parks to adventure and watersports centres, and there’s something to suit all ages. You can find out more about some of our local favourites here.
- It’s full of amazing wildlife
Wild ponies in the Preseli Hills, huge colonies of sea birds on our islands and coastal cliffs, dolphins and seals peeking up at you from the water, otters and kingfishers dipping in and out of tranquil rivers and buzzards circling overhead – you’ll probably see them all on a holiday in Pembrokeshire.
- It’s foodie heaven
Our patch of Wales is renowned for its fresh local produce, artisan foods and the freshest fish and seafood. We’ve got some of the best cafes, restaurants, gastro pubs and farmers markets in Wales and if you’re here at the right time of year, don’t miss out on our food festivals.
- It’s a hub for arts and culture
If you’re a fan of music and art, Pembrokeshire has lots to offer. In just about every town in you’ll find quirky craft shops, galleries and potteries showcasing the work of talented local artists. There are usually plenty of music festivals, plays and concerts happening around the county too – a local favourite is the world famous St Davids Cathedral Festival. You can find out more about local events here.
- It’s the perfect place to relax
The laid-back vibe is strong down here in West Wales! A slower pace of life, fresh sea air and gorgeous scenery make it a great place to relax, unwind and get away from it all. If a peaceful country escape is on your wish list, we’ve got the perfect pitch!
Book your Camping Holiday in Pembrokeshire
For holiday memories that will last a lifetime, book your Pembrokeshire camping holiday at Rhosson Ganol online. And if you have any questions, just give us a call on 01437 720608/361 or 07870 202894 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.