Top 5 wild camping spots across Wales
Daniel Start, author of the new Wild Guide Wales, chooses his favourite wild camping spots in Wales and gives you directions on how to get there.
WCP 11 Swansea University to Pennard Cliffs
Walking route: 17.2km, Difficulty: Moderate
Walking route: 80.4km, Difficulty: Moderate
Walking route: 94.2km, Difficulty: Energetic
Gower 20+ miles
Walking route: 32.9km, Difficulty: Energetic
Walking route: 5.3km, Difficulty: Leisurely
Walking route: 426.8km, Difficulty: Energetic
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Penllwyn Cottage, in PEMBREY
Sleeps: 8, Bedrooms: 3
A superb Grade II listed detached cottage with magnificent views. Woodburner, hot tub. Sandy beaches nearby. Carmarthen 13 miles.
Blue Harbour, in BURRY PORT
Sleeps: 6, Bedrooms: 3
Exquisite terraced cottage in Burry Port, next to quay, near to harbour and sandy beach. Three floors, enclosed garden. Next to Millennium Coastal Path. Ideal family accommodation. Kidwelly 5 miles
Dyffryn House, in KIDWELLY
Sleeps: 12, Bedrooms: 6
Superb detached house in Kidwelly, great for larger groups. Pet-friendly cottage with hot tub and games room. Sandy beaches nearby. Carmarthen 10 miles.