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To do

Once you arrive at Point Farm there is so much to enjoy, much of it accessible on foot without the need for a car.  Dale peninsular has an abundance of wildlife including migratory seabirds, seals and dolphins. The cliffs provide stunning views and the chance to see a wide variety of beautiful and rare wild flowers. Located within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and part of the 186 mile long costal path, Dale is a magnet for walkers and those wishing to explore the offshore islands of Skomer and Skolkholm for their flora and fauna.  The local beaches are spectacular and often deserted - including Watwick, Musslewick and Marloes Sands.  West Dale can provide great surf and Dale Bay attracts windsurfers and dinghy sailors, and on calmer days the bay is perfect for paddle boarding and kayaking.  Both shore and boat fishing can be done locally and the waters around Dale host a number of wrecks and reefs, perfect for diving. 

Beyond the Dale peninsular, Pembrokeshire offers no end of choice with over 50 beaches along the coast, fishing ports and marinas, quaint villages, art galleries and craft centres, expansive hills and open moorland, historic castles, adventure parks, annual festivals and events, and the smallest city in Britain - St Davids.


A holiday in Pembrokeshire will undoubtedly create lasting memories - a fantastic destination that boasts ‘the second best coastline’ in the world as voted for by National Geographic experts, picture-perfect-postcard views and tons of family-friendly attractions too.


Need someone to look after your dog ... we recommend Pembrokeshire Dog Boarding who offer a day care for dogs service.  Perfect if you want to visit Skomer (which is dog free) or go sailing.

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Junior sailing in Dale Bay
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Celtic Sea Watersports provides sailing and kayak hire.  All tuition is through the RYA scheme, using a brand new fleet of RS Sailing dinghies. Their shop offers a range of sailing gear, crafts and gifts.   


Windswept, also based in Dale, provides windsurfing, SUP and foiling hire and tuition on a private basis.  Run as a community interest company, they redeploy their funds to make watersports accessible and affordable for all communities in Pembrokeshire. 



Puffins on Skomer Island

Point Farm Campsite is ideally located to visit Skomer Island, managed by The Wildlife Trust of South and West  Wales.  Embarking from Martin’s Haven - just 15 mins drive from Dale - on board the Dale Princess (operated by Pembrokeshire Islands Boat Trips), Skomer is a magical place to visit. A haven for wildlife, it is most well known for its puffins, yet there is so much more to the bird

paradise, with blankets of

bluebells in May and baby

seals in September. 


Pembrokeshire Coastal Path

Marloes Sands, Pembrokeshire

The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path is spectacular!  Point Farm Campsite is situated just off the coastal path, offering easy access for walkers.  Explore the magnificent, hidden beaches like Watwick, Marloes and West Dale, all walking distance from Point Farm.  To help plan your walks the Pembrokeshire Coastal National Park

Authority have developed

number of guides

and resources. 

Awesome Fishing, Pembrokeshire


Guided fishing trips are a must!  If you are a fishing enthusiast or would like to experience sea fishing for the first time book a trip with Awesome Fishing.  Skipper and guide, James Lemon, departs from Dale and can organise individual or group trips within the Milford Haven estuary (up to 3 passengers) either by the hour or for the day.​ Alternatively, Broadside Charters run trips beyond the Haven and Offshore, including shark fishing in the Celtic Deep.  Larger groups can be accommodated too.


Celtic Deep, shark diving in Pembrokeshire

Historic castles and heritage sites

Pembrokeshire's waters have long attracted diving groups.  With over 350 ship wrecks and the Skomer Marine Nature Reserve, divers can enjoy crystal clear water and an abundance of marine life.  A number of dive operators run trips around the Pembrokeshire coast. 

Offshore and free diving trips depart from Dale, taking divers to explore the Celtic Deep where you can encounter whales, dolphins, bluefin tuna and blue sharks. A recent article in The Guardian describes the experience -Swimming with sharks off Pembrokeshire.

Pembroke Castle, Pembrokeshire

There are many castles in Pembrokeshire - Pembroke Castle, Carew Castle and Manorbier Castle are among the best.  You can also visit a number of historic sites including the ruins of St Davids Bishops Palace - home to the Bishops of St Davids; St Govan's Chapel - a 13th century chapel built into  the cliffs near Bosherston; Pentre Ifan - a Neolithic burial chamber; and Castell Henllys - a reconstructed Iron Age hill fort. Visit Pembrokeshire is Pembrokeshire's official website with more information about places to visit.

Attractions and adventure parks

Dr Beynon's Bug Farm, Pembrokeshire

Arts, crafts and museums

From walking safaris at Manor Wildlife Park to feeding the only giraffes in Wales at Folly Farm; from adrenaline-fuelled experiences at Oakwood Theme Park to breathtaking rides at the Blue Lagoon Water Park, Pembrokeshire offers a range of attractions to keep the family busy.  Our favourite is the Bug Farm near St Davids with a Tropical Bug Zoo, Bug Museum and Bug House, plus the option of tasting some in the edible insect kitchen! Hangar 5 trampoline park is great for the wet and windy days when a day on the beach just isn't an option!

Melin Tregwynt, Pembrokeshire

You will find galleries, potteries and workshops in every corner of Pembrokeshire. Pembroke, Tenby, Solva, Narberth, Newport, Fishguard, Porthgain - just some of the arty towns and villages which showcase the local talent of soap makers, photographers, potters, painters, carpenters and more.  Oriel y Parc in St Davids features exhibitions by Pembrokeshire artists.   Melin Tregwynt is world famous for its Welsh woollen blankets. Dale has a number of resident artists including Sean and Wendy Kehoe and Be-Gemmed Jewellers.

Eating out

If you don't fancy cooking then Dale caters for all budgets with The Griffin, Coco's Brasserie @ Dale Yacht Club and The Boathouse Café, all offering a range of food and drink and a warm welcome!  Seasonal opening times vary so best check directly with them.

Food on the wall, The Griffin, Pembrokeshire
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The Griffin is an award winning pub and restaurant.  With roaring log fires in the winter and alfresco dining on their roof terrace in the summer, there is quite simply no better place to enjoy a good pint and locally caught seafood.  The deliberately informal unpretentious atmosphere and fabulous friendly service only add to the atmosphere, offering a memorable eating experience.

The Griffin, Dale, Pembrokeshire
Food on the wall, The Griffin, Pembrokeshire

Pembrokeshire is building a reputation for its food - producers, restaurants and cafes.  We have some of the best of British produce - fresh seafood, Pembrokeshire potatoes, artisan cheeses, micro-breweries, gin distilleries, bakers and more.  If its great food you are after we highly recommend Runwayskiln, Marloes; The Fernery Restaurant @ The Grove, Narberth; Coast, Saundersfoot; Cafe Mor, Freshwater West; The Sloop, Porthgain; Martha's Vineyard, Milford Haven; Maria's @ Picton Castle ... the list goes on.  We have a local fisherman in Dale, catching line-caught fish, lobster and crab on The Lilly May and a local fishmonger selling Angle Atlantic Edge Oysters and seafood platters - The Freshest Catch - both deliver to the campsite.

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