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.
Name: Tusker Rock, The Vale of Glamorgan (Bro Morgannwg)
Place type: Other Coastal Landform
Location: Grid Ref: SS 8421 7412 • X/Y co-ords: 284220, 174129 • Lat/Long: 51.4543,-3.66773553
County/Unitary Authority: The Vale of Glamorgan (Bro Morgannwg)
OS Explorer map: 151: Cardiff & Bridgend/Caerdydd a Pen-y-bont ar Ogwr
The Pelican to Newton via Candleston...
Walking route: 5.5km, Difficulty: Leisurely
Portobello House circular route via Southerndown Beach...
Walking route: 7.2km, Difficulty: Moderate
Treoes Circular via St Mary Hill, Ruthin and Llangan...
Walking route: 9km, Difficulty: Moderate
Ewenny Post Office Circular Route via Wick...
Walking route: 11.7km, Difficulty: Moderate
St Mary Hill circular route via Penllyn, Graig Penllyn an...
Walking route: 13.8km, Difficulty: Moderate
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Ty Maen, in BRYNCETHIN
Sleeps: 3, Bedrooms: 1
A delightful annexe, attached to the owner’s home in Bryncethin near Bridgend, South Wales. Lawned garden with furniture. Walk-in dressing room. Close to pub. Great base for exploring South Wales. Bridgend 3.5 miles.
Pen Hill, in LLANTWIT MAJOR
Sleeps: 6, Bedrooms: 3
This lovely detached property in situated in the beautiful village of Llantwit Major in the Vale of Glamorgan. An ideal base for friends and family wishing to explore this interesting part of the country.
The Old Bakehouse, in LLANTWIT MAJOR
Sleeps: 5, Bedrooms: 2
Ideally-situated cottage in the heart of pretty village Llantwit Major. Open plan accommodation. WiFi. Courtyard garden. Pub 2 mins walk. Beach 1 mile. Cowbridge 5 miles.