Discussion in 'Best Campsites for Beaches' started by smiffy502000, Aug 25, 2013.
shell island mid wales:thumb:
Is this a campsite? Is there a website link smiffy please
Newgale, Pembrokeshire Coast National Park
Pentewan Sands Cornwall
Banff Links on the Moray Firth - campsite is a bit rough and ready but the location is fantastic.
I think it's run by the local council and I can't find a site for it but the link below has info
Dunnet Bay CC site right on a large golden sandy beech in Caithness
Red Kite campsite, Jims Gaff .... :thumb:
Fabulous Site with lovely owners, who will do anything to make your stay a memorable one... :thumb:
Grovel, Grovel... :Wink::BigGrin:
Beautiful place but not the closest to the beach...
Provided the gubbins to secure my broken exhaust !! Excellent coffee too as well as local shopping !! Who needs an effin beach with scenery like that !:Blush::Blush::Blush:
Isle of Lewis for beaches !!:Cool::Cool::Cool:
Seconded for Clachtoll.
We were there in August with a rented motorhome and the place is beautiful. The beaches are stunning with lovely sand dunes to sit in and watch the sun go down. And all this 100m from the campsite!
This photo is the second beach (10 minute walk) with the campsite in the background. There was a sandcastle-making competition on that day. We chose to avoid that and had the second beach all to ourselves for most of the day.
Church Bay, Anglesey
Findochty Caravan Site on the dolphin coast of Moray. Fantastic position right on the sea front. Dolphins galore. Pub next door. Not much else. Love it!
Sunnyside, Arisaig on the road to Mallaig - beautiful white sand beach seconds away from an immaculate site
New England Bay, C.C site Dumfries & Galloway. Been there a few times, initially to tour W coast but it's so nice we stayed on.
UseNew England Bay, Sunnyside and Findochty but overlooking St Ninians Isle on Shetland beats them all,
Camping Municipal du Fond de la Baie
Route de Plestin
8 euros a night a couple of years ago - brilliant..!!
Pick your own cockles when the tide goes out.
Mavaigh on the isle of Lewis. As near to the beach without being on it . Nice shower block. Water and Elsan. £10 a night. No hook up.
1st pic arriving at about 7.30pm .
2nd pic glorious sunshine again, the next day.
100 metres could be long way with a couple of kayaks if the path is steep, what's it like please
hi. sorry for the delay, yes shell island is a camp site. no hook up though, but a great place to stay, cant give you a link, but just google shell island and you will find all the details. its between barmouth and harlech