Exploring the Pembrokeshire Coast
February 18, 2019
Camping Wild Wales is a remote campsite on the Pembrokeshire Coast, hidden down a long track just outside of Trefin.
The campsite is made up of a series of small fields surrounding the owners farmhouse. There’s some larger open fields and then a collection of smaller individual hedged pitches, each with it’s own area for campfires.
The hedged pitches are also set up with taps nearby to save you having to walk too far for water. The showers and toilets are a combination of portaloos and converted cabins, a bit of a mismatch but all are warm and clean. There’s also fridges and washing machines for campers, plus a huge wood pile that you can help yourself to for £5 for a small bucket.
The campsite has unspoilt views over Abercastle and Trefin and is a great spot for camping in Pembrokeshire. There’s direct access from the campsite to the Pembrokeshire Coastal path, ideal for walkers, and you’ll see lots of them stopping off at the campsite for the night.
There’s plenty of things to do nearby, including walks along the coastal path and beaches to spend the day on. A couple to mention are Whitesands Bay, Porthgain and Cardigan Bay. And if you’re in the area, make sure to visit Pizza Tipi and Crwst in Cardigan.
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