Adventure awaits…

Preseli Venture activities

Dive into a range of immersive adventure experiences in nature’s spectacular playground, the wilderness of the North Pembrokeshire coast:

  • Coasteering
  • Surfing
  • Sea Kayaking
  • Stand-Up Paddle Boarding
  • Canoeing (river)
  • Boat trips around the offshore islands
  • Coastal Explorer Days
  • Climbing (coastal cliffs)
  • Rockpool Safaris
  • Kids Adventure Holiday Club (coming soon)
  • Yoga classes and island retreats (coming soon)

Explore off the beaten track

Bucket lists at the ready: Pembrokeshire offers a wealth of memorable inland experiences too, allowing you to see the landscape from a whole new perspective. Trek the majestic Preseli Hills on horseback, head to Llys y Fran reservoir for a unique mountain biking trail amongst the trees. Visit the Bug Farm, a nature reserve and visitor centre with up-close wildlife workshops.

Preseli Glamping is also situated right on the long-distance Celtic Way cycling trail, so bring your bikes and enjoy peaceful cycling on the quiet winding country lanes, although watch out its very hilly, perfect if you’re lucky enough to have an e-bike.

Traverse the Celtic Coast

Preseli Glamping is seated right on the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path National Trail which offers breath-taking scenery atop towering cliffs and access to magical secret beaches, making it the perfect resting spot for walkers. 

For those looking for great circular walks from the campsite, we have a series of lovely local walks for you to enjoy, taking about 2 hours, all found, with maps, on our camspite notice board. Take a stroll around the Abermawr – Mathry valley woodland circuit, walk to the wild Abermawr beach and over to Melin Tregwynt, the iconic Welsh woollen mill, last of its kind in Wales, or explore our other local beaches Pwllstrodur, Abercastle and Pwllcrochan. 

Check out the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park website where there are many walks around the National Park including the beautiful Preseli hills, and you’ll discover a variety of landscapes from steep limestone cliffs, undulating red sandstone bays, to volcanic headlands and flooded glacial valleys.

If you would like to be car – free and explore Pembrokeshire, you can, thanks to our local shuttle buses that meander along the back lanes and down to the coastal villages. Our local area bus is the Strumble Shuttle and bus timetables and info can be found here.

Bountiful relics of Pembrokeshire’s Past

Pembrokeshire has a prolific cultural history with an array of ancient archaeological sites and standing stones, a wealth of historic cathedrals, churches and chapels, a plethora of castles and strongholds fortifying the coastline and Lansker line and an abundance of industrial sites through the ages, from slate to wool. Pembrokeshire is a landscape of myth, magic and legend; it is a landscape eulogised and exalted in painting, poetry and song; a well-trodden trail in history for pilgrims and merchants, smugglers and pirates alike. 

From the campsite you can walk on the coast path to the Neolithic burial chamber, Carreg Samson, near Abercastle. A little further along the coast path, you’ll find the perfect pit-stop for a pint at the Sloop Inn, taking in the fascinating industrial heritage harbour of Porthgain. Another circular walk from the campsite will take you to Melin Tregwynt, the last working woollen mill in Wales. A very short drive North will bring you to Garn Fawr, an iron age fort on the way to the spectacular Strumble Head lighthouse. Just 9 miles West of Preseli Glamping is the smallest city in the UK, home to the famous 12th century St David’s Cathedral and Bishop’s Palace. Here you will also find the National Park visitor centre, Oriel y Parc. Take a trip down South of the county to the wonderful Pembroke castle, and also Carew castle and tidal mill.

Our nearest town of Fishguard provides not only your nearest shops, and Town hall with Thursday and Saturday morning local Farmers Markets where you can buy local produce, but also some great cafes. Do take a stroll down to the picturesque old harbour at Lower Town and check out beautiful walks around Fishguard and the Gwaun Valley.