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Our bucket list of things to do in Pembrokeshire

Here is our quick run down of the things you can get up to during your stay with us:

Eco-Escape Glamping

The site benefits from being at the intersection of different footpaths for you to take a walk through this beautiful countryside. At the foot of the field, you will find the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, where you can branch off and take a detour through the ancient oak woodland of Castle Pill.


This tidal inlet from the Cleddau Estuary has a looped trail to enjoy and you can end up back on the Coastal Path route or come back to the our campsite. The woodland trail has a few hidden bbq gazebos constructed from logs if you would like to take a break.


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Pembrokeshire’s coastline is magnificent and diverse; plunging cliffs meet frothing seas in some places and crystal clear waters lap gently at hidden coves in others. Pembrokeshire’s coastline was made to be enjoyed: there are beaches for lazy days or the coastal path for walking and taking in the stunning scenery.

Click on our recommended spots for directions:









Pembrokeshire’s coastline is not just there to be observed, those of you who prefer to get your heart racing can entertain yourselves with some coasteering, surfing, kayaking...etc.


St Brides Bay offers good water visibility, making it renowned as a great UK snorkelling or diving spot. Newgale beach offers good surf with a rental shop for wetsuits & boards. Broad Haven gets a little less swell but provides paddle boards and kayaks for a cruise out on the open water.


West Wales Watersports provides all these activities with the addition of a light cruise aboard the Dale Princess or a more high speed boat trip in the Dale Sea Safari rib to explore the cliffs and coves of Skomer, Skokholm and Grassholm.




We recommend you take in a bit of the history while you are staying here. The landscape is peppered with everything from mysterious prehistoric tombs to medieval castles and Celtic religious shrines. Pembroke Castle and Carew Castle are undoubtedly the finest castles in Pembrokeshire. Eco-escape is just 15 minutes from Pembroke Castle.



Eco-escape campsite is situated just on the edge of Milford Haven which offers all the services and shops you would need for your getaway. The recently renovated marina is also worth a stroll if you fancy a bite to eat, as it has numerous excellent cafes, bars and restaurants with a view. The county is covered with small quirky towns fronting the sea - enough for you to visit one everyday for weeks, so we promise you will not get bored!




If you don't fancy lighting up the BBQ and grill at Eco-escape; then for a treat one night, why not hit some of the restauraunts and pubs nearby?


Here are some of our favourites:



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