Camping and Campsites in Pembrokeshire

60 campsites

Sorted by

All About Camping in Pembrokeshire

Are you planning your next camping holiday and don't know for sure where you want to go? Then we have a real insider tip for you: Pembrokeshire! The county in the south-west of Wales offers a spectacular coastline, a wide range of outdoor activities and charming villages.

But Pembrokeshire is not only known for its breathtaking nature. The region is also home to a multitude of campsites for every taste - from coastal camps to remote campsites in the heart of a National Park. Whether you arrive with your own tent or rent a caravan, you are guaranteed to find the ideal campsite to relax and enjoy the quiet away from everyday life.

We introduce you to popular activities and the most beautiful destinations for Camping in Pembrokeshire.

  1. Popular Activities in Pembrokeshire
  2. The Most Beautiful Destinations in Pembrokeshire
  3. Find Campsites in Pembrokeshire and Book Online

Popular Activities in Pembrokeshire

Coast, Pembrokeshire, Wales, Camping in Pembrokeshire, Camping
Coast of Pembrokeshire

For Active Campers: Water Sports on the Coast

Are you a fan of water sports? Then you're at the right place, because the coast of Pembrokeshire offers a wealth of water sports options for camping enthusiasts. With some of Britain's best surfing spots the region truly is a paradise for surfers - whether beginners or experienced surfers, here you are guaranteed to find the perfect wave.

You can also enjoy kayaking along the coast or connect with the impressive crashing waves during coasteering. These popular activities offer adventure and thrills for those who love the water.

The best way to enjoy the coast of Wales is at one of the campsites in Pembrokeshire directly by the sea.

Pembrokeshire Coast Path, coast, Pembrokeshire, Camping in Pembrokeshire, Camping
Pembrokeshire Coast Path

A Paradise for Hikers:

Pembrokeshire Coast Path

Pack your hiking boots because Pembrokeshire is a walker's paradise. The Pembrokeshire Coast Path stretches for 300 kilometres and takes you along stunning cliffs, hidden coves and sweeping beaches.

The campsites along the coast allow you to rest after a hard day's walking in the midst of nature.

Pembroke Castle, Pembrokeshire, Wales, Camping in Pembrokeshire, Camping
Pembroke Castle

Explore History:

A Journey into the Past

Immerse yourself in history and visit some of the many historic sites in Pembrokeshire.

The impressive Pembroke Castle towers majestically over the river of the same name and offers fascinating insights into the Middle Ages.

St Davids Cathedral is a magnificent example of medieval architecture and a place of tranquillity. The ruins of Carew Castle enchant with a blend of Norman and Elizabethan architecture.

For animal lovers: On the trail of marine life

Pembrokeshire is known for its abundant wildlife. Take a boat tour to see dolphins, seals and seabirds. The tours around the Islands of Skomer and Ramsey are particularly recommended. These islands are also a paradise for nature lovers and birdwatchers.

Skomer is famous for its puffin colonies, while Ramsey is home to thousands of seabirds and a large seal colony. On the boat trips you can not only observe animals, but also the impressive, rugged coastline. It's an unforgettable experience that brings you closer to nature and adds to your camping holiday in Pembrokeshire.

The Most Beautiful Destinations in Pembrokeshire

Abermarlais Caravan Park, Llangadog, Pembrokeshire, Wales, Camping in Pembrokeshire, Camping
Abermarlais Caravan Park in Llangadog

St Davids: Britain's smallest town

The charming town of St Davids, in the very west of Wales is a must-see when camping in Pembrokeshire. The historic Cathedral of St Davids is an architectural masterpiece and spiritual centre that captivates visitors with its beauty and history.

In addition to the cathedral, the small town also offers cosy cafés and shops where you can discover local specialities and handmade souvenirs. At the same time, St. Davids is the perfect starting point for excursions along the coast.

Tenby, Pembrokeshire, Wales, Camping in Pembrokeshire, Camping
Tenby at sunset

Colourful Coastal Town:


Tenby on the Welsh coast offers everything campers in Pembrokeshire crave. Discover the beautiful beaches, ideal for swimming and sunbathing. Wander through the charming old town with its colourful houses, cosy pubs and delicious fish restaurants.

The historic town wall and the remains of Tenby Castle tell of times gone by. From here you can also take boat trips to the nearby islands and explore the stunning coastal scenery.

Oakwood Theme Park: Fun for the entire Family

Oakwood Theme Park in south-east Pembrokeshire offers plenty of fun and entertainment for the whole family. With over 40 thrilling attractions including roller coasters, water slides and live shows, you're guaranteed not to get bored.

Whether you're seeking a thrill or a leisurely family activity, Oakwood Theme Park has something for everyone. Immerse yourself in a world of adventure and be amazed by the exciting rides. Spend a day full of action and unforgettable moments before returning to your family friendly campsite in Pembrokeshire.

Gors Fawr, Stone Circle, Pembrokeshire, Camping in Pembrokeshire, Camping
Gors Fawr Stone Circle

Breathtaking Scenery:

Preseli Hills

The mystical landscapes of the Preseli Hills are a camping paradise. Green hills and sweeping views offer an unforgettable experience when camping in Pembrokeshire.

Explore the beautiful walking trails, discover ancient stone formations and enjoy the silence of nature. The Preseli Hills are the perfect place to get away from it all and enjoy the freedom of camping life in Pembrokeshire.

Find Campsites in Pembrokeshire and Book Online

Pembrokeshire is the ideal destination for campers seeking nature, culture and adventure. Not only are there many attractive destinations in the Welsh county, but also numerous well rated campsites for every taste - from nature camping or camping by the sea to glamping: in Pembrokeshire there is something for everyone.

Here at you will find a wide selection of available campsites in Pembrokeshire and with the filter function you can search for the holiday destination that best suits your requirements. So what are you waiting for? Pack up your tent and discover this gem in Wales!

Fishguard Bay Caravan and Camping Park, Pembrokeshire, Wales, Camping in Pembrokeshire, Camping
Fishguard Bay Caravan and Camping Park

3 Things Every Camper in Pembrokeshire Should Know

Is wild camping allowed in Pembrokeshire?
When is the best time to go camping in Pembrokeshire?
How do I get to the campsite in Pembrokeshire?

Frequently asked questions

Which is the best campsite in the region Pembrokeshire?
Which campsite in the Pembrokeshire region is recommended?
How expensive is camping in the region Pembrokeshire?
Which campsites are available in the region Pembrokeshire?