Fishguard Bay Caravan and Camping Park:
Fishguard Bay Caravan and Camping Park is a small family run park where you will be able to enjoy a quiet and relaxed atmosphere. A place untouched wild and enchanting. Not a line from a poetry book, but just one way you could describe the beauty and atmosphere enjoyed at Fishguard Bay Caravan Park.
Set in unspoiled surroundings, the Caravan and Camping Park sits high upon a peninsula overlooking Fishguard Bay - one of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park's most beautiful landmarks. Unique in its position, the park offers superb scenery, with the Pembrokeshire Coast Path going right through the middle, enabling one to enjoy walking in either direction along this unspoiled coast line. Across the bay is Fishguard Harbour and you can enjoy watching the Fishguard to Rosslare (Ireland) ferry as it enters and leaves the port.
Pembrokeshire, because of its situation on the west edge of "Green Wales", enjoys a relatively mild climate. Rich in flora and fauna, Pembrokeshire is a paradise for bird and animal watchers alike. Hedgerows boast tall, willowy foxgloves in Spring and early Summer, along with a wide variety of colourful wild flowers. Later in the year the purple haze of heather carpeting the hills is truly beautiful, as is the yellow flowering gorse. Indeed each season brings its own blend of native plants and small mammals. With many small off-shore islands, birds such as cormorants, gannets and gulls enjoy an undisturbed habitat. Other local wildlife include the grey seal, puffins, and occasionally porpoises or dolphins may be seen swimming by. On land, whilst traveling down the road to the park, it is not unusual to sight a badger, pheasant, or perhaps some rabbits scurrying to their warren.
Inland , the wild and gently rolling Preseli Hills, ideal for walking, are the centre-piece of Pembrokeshire and attract walkers and ramblers from across the country. Nearer to the coast, the paths which traverse the rugged cliffs and beaches are vantage points for some of the most spectacular views of the area.
Steeped in Ancient Celtic history, Pembrokeshire is a fascinating memorial to its Celtic past. The burial chamber of Pentre Ifan, numerous standing stones and a reconstructed Iron Age settlement at Castle Henllys serve as a poignant reminder of a proud heritage. Add this to all the other assets the Pembrokeshire National Park has to offer and it is little wonder generations past and present enjoy its beauty.
Garn Gelli, Fishguard,
South & West Wales