This section brings together three of the best things in the world: camping and caravanning, scuba diving and Pembrokeshire… I am almost too excited to write.
The area of sea around Little Haven and Broad Haven in Pembrokeshire, Wales, just had to be one of our UK camping diving hotspots because of its access to one of the most special marine environments in the world: the Skomer Marine Nature Reserve around Skomer Island makes West wales diving some of the best in the UK. Visiting divers can dive to the North, South or West of the Dale peninsula and, even in adverse weather conditions, there is always somewhere sheltered from prevailing winds. Diving holidays in this area are fantastic.
Kelp forests, inquisitive grey seals, over 500 wrecks to dive (some shallow like the Behar and the Dakotian at under 18 metres, some more adventurous and technical like the Lucy at 40 metres) and summer visitors from warmer waters like trigger fish: a magical underwater garden awaits you.
The West Wales Dive Company, one of the local dive ventures, is situated in Broad Haven and provides instruction at all levels of ability, certified courses, equipment hire, refills and dive excursions.
And, if you are coming with your family, rather than with a die-hard dive group, the enchantingly beautiful area of Pembrokeshire is a dream: stunning beaches line the coast for miles, offering exhilarating freedom, fresh air and all the fuel for the imagination that children need. Campsites in Pembrokeshire are already great favourites and whether you prefer an all-serviced campsite or touring ground close to pub and grub or a wilder camping experience on a smaller site, these pages will have campsites near to scuba diving which suit your needs. Use our extensive venue search to locate attractions and facilities in the vicinity of each individual site so that you can plan ahead. So that, after an incredible day’s diving you can stretch back in that easy chair, look up at the clear skies and plan tomorrow’s descent.