The caravan park is only 10-15 minutes
walk from the Pembrokeshire coastal path and is central for
walkers from St Davids and Fishguard.
The Ship Inn is only 10 minutes walking distance and is handy
for meals. The small rocky cove of Aberfelin on the Pembrokeshire
coast is 15 minutes walking distance and the children will
have a great time exploring the rock pools on the Pembrokeshire
Coast when the tide is out.
Abercastle is 1 mile from the carvan park and visitors can
often purchase fish from the locals. Visitors who bring small
boats can also launch them there and take in the breath taking
views of the Pembrokeshire coast.
2 miles away is the small harbour village of Porthgain on
the Pembrokeshire coast where you can see the remains of the
slate works. The sloop Inn is also very popular with visitors.
1 mile from the caravan park is a local petrol station where
you can also buy your groceries and it is open very early
to late at night.
Abereiddy, famous for its blue lagoon and black sand beach
is 2 miles away and is well worth a visit. Whitesands and
Newgale beaches on the Pembrokeshire coast are ideal for sufing
and bodyboarding. Fishguard harbour is 8 miles away and a
ferry can be caught here for great day trips from the Pembrokeshire
Coast to Ireland.
The tiny Catherdral city of St Davids is 7 miles away where
the popular tourist attraction of the Catherdral and Bishops
Palace can be found.
Local bus services run between St Davids and Fishguard regularly
and also the strumble shuttle which travels in and out of
the Pembrokeshire coast stopping at beaches which is handy
for walkers who want to start walking at a certain point along
the Pembrokeshire Coast.