The coast path runs through the site and affords good walking along the
cliffs to a small beach and Dinas Head in one direction, and to Fishguard
Harbour and the Ship Inn in the other. It is ideally situated for a good
days hike or just a gentle evening perambulation.
There are sandy beaches within easy driving distance and Strumble Head is 15
minutes away. Choughs, Ravens and Peregrine Falcons nest along these cliffs
and are seen regularly in the area.
Sea birds congregate here in early spring to pair up before going out to the
islands to nest and rear their young. Guillemots, Razorbills and Fulmers
jostle for places on the perilous rocky ledges. Gannets are increasingly
seen gliding over the surface of the sea in their search for fish.
Seal pups can be seen in the small inaccessible bays along the coast path
from mid September onwards to the end of November. There is the Cardigan Bay
Dolphin pod and these are often sighted by walkers along the cliff paths.
The flowers on the coast paths and on the Preselli Hills are abundant,
colourful and fragrant and a joy to behold.
There are many activities in the area and are advertised on the site and in
the caravan. For example there is Oakwood Adventure Park, Folly Farm and
Clerkenhill Wildlife Parks, canoeing and rafting at Penarth, horseriding in
the Preselli Hills, The Bishops Palace at St Davids and many Castles to
visit. All within easy reach of the caravan.