Holiday parks in Pembrokeshire
Short breaks at caravan, camping & lodge parks in Pembrokeshire
Holiday parks in Pembrokeshire are some of the most popular in the UK and for very good reasons. There is so much to see and do for all ages from Victorian seaside towns with glorious beaches to places of pristine natural beauty in the Pembrokeshire countryside. The Pembrokeshire Coast became as National Park in 1952 and whilst one of the smallest of the UK’s National Parks, it punches well beyond its weight. The park stretches to a maximum of 10 miles inland from the coast and away from the beaches, you will discover some incredible holiday parks next to rivers, valleys and woodlands - the ideal environment for a relaxing holiday.
Featured Holiday Parks
If you are looking for a caravan or lodge park near a beach, Pembrokeshire boasts some of the best beaches in Wales. 11 beaches were awarded the Blue Flag in 2019: Amroth, Newgale, Saundersfoot, Dale, Whitesands, Coppet Hall, Tenby North, Tenby South, Tenby Castle, Poppit Sands and Lydstep. The best way to experience the coastline is on foot along the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. It has186 miles of coastal scenery ranging from craggy volcanic outcrops in the north, to towering limestone cliffs in the south.
Whether you are looking to book a lodge, caravan, camping pitch or to try out one of the cool glamping options, there is a holiday park in Pembrokeshire to suit all budgets and tastes. Search through our wide selection of carefully chosen holiday parks and and enquire and book online.
Tenby is an historic walled seaside town in Pembrokeshire, southwest Wales. It’s known for its 13th-century town walls and its stunning sandy beach. One of the best known beaches is Castle Beach with the ruins of Tenby Castle overlooking the harbour.
As well as the glorious beaches, you could try a spot of fishing, relax on Caldey Island, visit the 15th century church, or take a walk along the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast Path - all of these things to see and do are possible as a daytrip from your holiday park.
Step back in time
The Pembrokeshire Coast dates back to prehistoric times and you can discover Iron Age hill forts, burial mounds and ancient castles and churches. Some of the most popular places to visit include:
- Castell Henllys Irone Age Village
- Carew Castle
- Todal Mill
- St David’s Cathedral