Located in a simply stunning secluded bay, Lydstep Beach has possibly the best sea views available at any of our caravan holiday parks. Being surrounded by a beautiful national park, coastal footpaths and islands that are wildlife havens are just the icing on the cake.
One of the unique things about our holiday village is the shape of our caravan park. Since it follows the sloped curve of the bay we’re able to arrange the holiday homes we have for sale, so that nearly all of the caravans have a sea view from their living rooms. The sloped terrain of our park even gives our holiday village a tiered effect, looking out over the sea.
It’s not just amazing views here, down in the sheltered bay the conditions are nice and calm, giving you a safe place to try out some of the great watersports activities that are on offer here. Walk down to our lovely sandy beach and if you’re feeling really adventurous, you can try your hand at climbing and swimming your way around the bay with the coasteering guides.
The entire surrounding area is part of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park so you can hardly go a mile without finding somewhere beautiful that’s worth stopping and having a look around. If you’d like a guided tour ask about the National Park Ranger Walks that take place up at Kiln Park. The big island by the mouth of our bay is Caldey Island, home to a community of Cistercian monks, and depending on the time of year there are puffin and seal colonies there too. Boat trips are available from nearby in Tenby.
There’s plenty of history to see at Pembroke Castle and younger family members will love the rides and rollercoasters at Oakwood Theme Park, the animals at Manor House Wildlife Park and the outdoor games at Heatherton World of Activities.
South & West Wales