If you find yourself wanting to visit Pembrokeshire, Wales and are looking to plan a camping trip then I must recommend Caerfai Farm Campsite (www) near St Davids.
This was without doubt my favourite site I've stayed at in Wales.
The farm sits just above Caerfai Bay, a small secluded cove on the St Davids peninsula. The field we stayed on opened out onto the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, perfect for walks, and a trail lead straight down to the cove and its small beach. We had wonderful views over the ocean.
The campsite is on an organic working dairy farm and you can/must buy their homemade cheeses from the little farm shop, the caerphilly cheese is so delicious. You can also buy warm, freshly baked croissants and pain au chocolate in the morning from there, breakfast on the go anyone?
The site had a wonderful friendly atmosphere and it was a short, ten minute walk up the hill to St Davids, handy for eating out, pubs and groceries.
During high season (school summer holidays) it gets booked up, we were very jammy turning up with no booking. Even the sign out front said fully booked but we asked anyway and it turned out there was a site free for just a couple of nights, perfect for us! It doesn't hurt to ask!