In and around Caerfai Bay
Caerfai Bay Caravan and Tent Park is situated in a beautiful part of Wales, with views across Caerfai Bay and across St Brides Bay towards Solva, Newgale, Broad Haven, and the islands of Skomer, Skokholm, Grassholm and Ramsey.
Caerfai Bay is a tidal beach with beautiful sands and fascinating rock pools when the tide is out. There is a concrete path down to the beach, some steps and a few stones and pebbles just before the sand. There are many other beaches to visit locally such as Whitesands, Porth Melgan, and Abereiddy. The Pembrokeshire Coast Path is approximately 180 miles long and is only a minute walk from the Park.
Websites useful for walking and local bus services, please see:
- Local buses Pembrokeshire Greenways – lots of information about how to access the coast and countryside by sustainable modes of transport through walking, cycling, bus and train travel. Bikes can be rented from TYF or from ManUp UK, both offices are based in St Davids.
- St Davids info – information about our St Davids peninsula, attractions and upcoming events
- Coastal Buses – lists bus time tables in the local area
- Coastal walks – Guardian News article regarding The National Trust Pembrokeshire walks, but has handy links to some of our recommended walks
For information on the Cathedral, the Bishops palace and Oriel Y Parc, the links are provided below:
Websites useful for boat trips, please see:
- Thousand Islands Expeditions – permitted to land on Ramsay Island.
- Voyages of Discovery
- Falcon boats – boat trips and bespoke trips for groups
- Venture Jet
Websites for coasteering and outdoor activities, please see:
- TYF in St Davids – coasteering, climbing, kayaking and surfing. The pioneers of coasteering.
- Ma Simes – coasteering and surf school, now offers boat trips.
- Climb Pembroke and Rock Up climbing offer guided sea cliff climbing and climbing courses
- Kayaking with Mike Mayberry, an incredibly experienced kayaking guide with expert knowledge of the Pembrokeshire coastline