Camping by the Sea in North Wales

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Sep 17

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General camping.

We'll be staying at one of the UK's best campsites for views - not my words, but of The Guardian no less!

A lovely campsite on the Welsh coast, overlooking the Cardigan Bay. Experience camping by the sea with wonderful panoramic views, including that of Ynys Enlli (Bardsey Island) and the Llyn Peninsula. The site is right on the cliff top with direct access to the beach below  - it's a truly special campsite!

There is a Toilet Block with hot water, showers and hair dryers - Bring some £1 coins for the shower.

Dogs are welcome, but that is £1 a night, and they must be on a lead on site.

Campfires are allowed in the ample fire pits around the site, so we can be cliché campers and sit around the old campfire in the evening. The campsite sells bags of logs for £5, so bring a fiver or tenner!

Caravans and Campervans are allowed, but please let me know if intend to bring one.


There is plenty to do around this area, such as

  • Walks - I will arrange a walk via a lovely walk leader: TBA!
  • Barmouth - a seaside resort with nice walks, pubs and fish and chips
  • Watersports - Bala Lake offers canoeing, paddleboarding etc. Weather permitting!


Make sure you bring breakfast for Saturday and Sunday, as well as Lunch for Saturday.

If you want to have a BBQ, the camp-site is actually a working farm too, and you can buy the farms own Welsh Lamb Burgers - recommended!

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