Skomer Island Visit one of West Wales' most picturesque islands, with its stunning and varied wildlife. From a sea strewn with rafts of guillemots, razorbills and puffins, to exposed headlands, towering offshore rocks and sheltered inlets, home to the birds and mammals of this amazing island Nature Reserve.
Cwmtydu Beach Once a smugglers cove Cwmtydu lies to the south west of New Quay. The Beach is predominantly shingle with an area of sand exposed at low tides. The cove is relatively safe, with due care and respect, for various water sports including windsurfing, surfing, canoeing, and sailing.
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Last year was an exciting year for walkers in Wales and visitors exploring Wales on foot with the opening of the 870 miles of the Wales Coast Path. The path is now well established, with clear signing and spectacular walking especialy along the stretch from Cardigan to Borth. The coast and countryside around Cardigan Bay is ideal hiking country, offering a delightful range of walks for both experienced and casual walkers.
The Wales Coast Path was officially opened on Saturday – the world’s first country to have a complete coastal walk. To celebrate, we have a lovely circular walk which takes you along part of the coastal walk starting near the lighthouses at Nash Point and into the picturesque town of Llantwit Major, about 20 miles south-west of Cardiff. It’s an historic town with a history stretching back over 3000 years. The narrow winding streets are lovely to walk around – although do take care as most don’t have pavements.
The gorgeous beach as part of the farm that my cousin Ray's wife's family owns - the start of my Coast Walk On Thursday, now that I was staying right in the Coast National Park at my cousin Ray’s, what more could I do but to go on part of the Coast Walk which was right at my doorstep. Looking back from the beach - paradise
Home » Enjoying » Places to visit » Castell Henllys » Events at Castell Henllys There are events for all the family throughout the season from costumed guided tours, Iron Age activities for children to craft demonstrations. See below for details, dates and times for specific events. Over eighty activities and events take place every year, including storytelling, traditional craft workshops and experimental archaeology. Living history and dramatic trails for children bring Castell Henllys alive and help visitors to understand the past in a fun and entertaining way. Disadvantaged groups from the community are encouraged to join in and are actively catered for with advance notice.
Walking in Pembrokeshire provides a feast of choices with circular walks, gentle strolls, full day yomps, and wheel chair and easy access paths a plenty. You can even tackle the Pembrokeshire Coast National Trail with 186 miles of Coast Path stretching from Amroth in the South to St Dogmaels in the North. Combine that with the only coastal National Park in the UK, some of the most spectacular and varied coastline in the world, the Preseli mountains and over 621 miles of footpaths and bridleways then you truly have a walkers paradise.
Home » Enjoying » Places to visit » Carew Castle and Tidal Mill Important Notice - Carew Castle and Tidal Mill is now CLOSED until Easter 2013. There are exciting renovations underway, including a new roof, doors and windows in the Lesser Hall, as well as a new visitor centre and toilet facilities in the Walled Garden to replace current facilities . There will also be works to the existing car park space.
We've got 5 yurts on our campsite that are available to book through the 'summer' season. BUT I gota mention now - We don't do the Sunday Times 'glamping' thing! - however our prices reflect this in the fact that they are realistic!
You may want to take a note of our location or print off the map before setting off. If you have your sat-nav device connected to your computer we have some update files for your device that will add our campsite as a Point of Interest so you won't have any trouble finding us. Our Download POI files below and import them onto your sat nav via your computer