Porthclais Farm Campsite is situated next to the famous Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and its spectacular scenery. There is direct access for walkers to explore the coastline and a number of beautiful sandy beaches nearby. The historic Cathedral City/village of St Davids is just half a mile away, with a wide range of shops, banks and restaurants.
Bordered to the south by the cliff path and St Brides Bay, and on the west side Porthclais Harbour where small boats can be launched. The flat campsite has 24 acres for tents and 5 acres for touring caravans and camper vans. Most of the site is dog friendly, with the exception of one field overlooking the sea which is dog free.
The offshore islands of Skomer, Grassholm and Ramsey are renowned for their resident and migrant birds and grey seal colonies. The National Park provides local bus services between early April and the end of September, stopping at Porthclais Campsite on request.
Toilet blocks. Hot electric showers (50p coins only). Hot water wash basins. Water stand pipes on every hedge. Washing up sinks. Shaving points. Hair dryer points. Facility for visitors who are disabled. Wet suit sink facilities. Leisure battery charging service – from £2.00 (take your own battery charger). Mobile phone charging. Laptop charging service. Freezer pack service – 20p per freeze (£1 deposit). Pets allowed, 4 Dog friendly fields. No dogs allowed field. Limited number of electric hook-ups (let by the season). Chemical disposal point. Toilet tents welcomed. Food and Drink. Shop.
Boat Launch Nearby
Seaside Beach Nearby
Shop on Site
From Haverfordwest: take the A487 to St Davids. At Oriel y Parc roundabout keep ahead on A487. Pass through St Davids and when A487 ends turn left into Goat Street. Follow the signs to Porthclais Harbour. At 3rd
junction turn right into Catherine Street this eventually becomes Lower Moor. At T junction turn left and site is on this road. From Fishguard: take the A487 to St. Davids. When the one-way section in St. Davids ends, turn right and shortly left into Goat Street. Then as above.