Friday, 19 August 2011

Campervan Outing - St Davids, Pembrokeshire

We'd never been to Pembrokeshire before as with a tent, we were not keen on 5-7 days with potential rain and winds perched on a cliff top with Lewis.

With the van, that's not an issue - the weather can do what it wants. Thankfully, it didn't. Great weather, lovely walks, lots of family tag-a-long cycle rides and a few beaches interspersed with great pubs.

It's a lovely area which reminded me of a cross between the west coast of Ireland and Scotland.

We stopped at Hendre Eynon campsite which was nice but was a bit like a couple of huge fields with people dotted round the edge - big and spacious, but an empty feel !!!

Teresa impressed us all by making a maze on the beach from scratch !
 There were only about a dozen people on this beach. Fantastic, including caves (obviously all potentially containing buried treasure !)
There were only about half a dozen people on this beach which is only 1/2 a mile from St Davids.

Lunch stop with views over to Ramsey Island.

These photo's are from our picasa album

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