Sit back and enjoy the view.
From large holidays parks with swimming pools and evening entertainment in and around Tenby, to the smaller secluded sites with a handful of pitches with nothing but the local wildlife and bird song for neighbours.
If you prefer your adventures under canvas, there are plenty of campsites in Pembrokeshire.
Many offer a sea view. Imagine emerging from your slumber with a group of friends and having your first mug of tea whilst staring out across the big blue.
Or wake to the sound of a campfire happily crackling and the sizzle of breakfast. There’s no better way to start the day.
Everyone has a childhood memory of a camping or caravan holiday. Create your own lifelong memories at a caravan park or campsite in Pembrokeshire.
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A slightly nervous Liz Bird and family headed to Pembrokeshire in April for a spot of family camping and found themselves in the lap of luxury.
We like to think that Pembrokeshire is a green place in more ways than one, so we asked Catherine Mack to visit to check out our eco credentials.
Who better to ask about their favourite walks than a dog? Molly the Collie interviews six of her friends to find out about their favourite Pembrokeshire dog walks.
Tourism Department, Pembrokeshire County Council, County Hall, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA61 1TP.