The Local AreaWoodland, beaches, countryside and seaside towns on the Pembrokeshire, Camarthenshire border.
The best of Pembrokeshire & Carmarthenshire
Cowpots Camping is located right on the border between Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire so access to both counties is very easy. Weather you are planning a Tenby Boat ride, a visit to Laugharne Castle or a walk on the beach in Llansteffan we are well positioned so you wont be travelling between locations for too long.
Beaches & Coast Path
The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path is an amazing walk along the Pembrokeshire Coast line. It’s not the type of walk that you’ll complete in a day but pick a section and make a day of it and you’ll see some stunning views.
The most local beaches to us are Amroth and Pendine which are both less than 15 minutes away in the car. Amroth is a beautiful beach with easy access to the road and Pendine is a vast sand beach with lots of space
Countryside & Woodland
Local & Seaside Towns
Alternatively, try Narberth (our local) for delicious lunch and a spot of shopping. You can soak in some literary culture in Laugharne, the home of the poet Dylan Thomas. Or, for a true taste of history why not visit Pembroke Castle.
A great base to explore
Surrounded by beautiful countryside walks and sandy beaches . . .
Stroll around Colby Woodland Gardens and the Stackpole Estate. Dig out your OS Map and explore the hidden network of public walks and bridle ways. Walk the coast of Wales on the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path discovering beautiful beaches along the way!
Discover local towns . . .
Cowpots Camping is only a short drive from Narberth, Laugharne, Tenby, Saundersfoot and Amroth. Great locations for lunch and a little stroll!
Beaches in 10 miles
Beaches in 20 miles
Beaches to explore
Towns to visit
A lovely little town with boutique shops and great places for lunch.
The home of the Welsh poet Dylan Thomas, Laugharne is a town full of history
The quintissential seaside town. Famous for it's colourful houses, beautiful beaches and holiday vibe.
Visit West Wales
2018 is the Visit Wales Year of the Sea
The aim is to celebrate Wales’ outstanding coastline and invite you to discover epic experiences all around our shores. Start with our 870-mile Wales Coast Path which passes all manner of seascapes – thrilling, perfect zen, and everything in between. You’ll pass hundreds of beaches, harbours, inlets and islands – while watching porpoises play and bottlenose dolphins dance in the distance.
Make this year the time to try a new coastal activity – like kayaking, paddleboarding or coasteering. Or follow the rivers upstream and explore the inland shores of our lakes and reservoirs. There are some great local companies offering lessons and guided adventures. Please ask us at Cowpots Camping for local recommendations.
With a unique culture, warm Welsh welcome and the finest food and drink, Wales offers some of the UK’s most exciting coastal experiences.
Come and visit our Epic Shores.
BOOK A CAMPING PITCH
The campsite at Cowpots will be open from April to October.
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