Wild flower verges, sandy afternoons and waking up to fresh sea air: we packed up the car and headed South for a blissful week by the sea.
Admittedly camping isn’t for everyone, and we were blessed with good weather, but for me it’s the best way to cut yourself off from technology and get back to nature.
We pitched up at Beryl’s Campsite, a basic but beautiful site only 1 mile’s walk from Beesands Beach. The pitches are the perfect size so you still have privacy from other campers but don’t feel like you’re the only ones there.
If you’re planning a camping trip make sure you remember all the essentials (washing up stuff, pots, pans, spare gas canisters, matches etc!). We were caught out a couple of times and genuinely considered using an old sock as a washing up sponge!
But despite the odd mishap, we had a wonderful week full of fresh fish, walks on the beach and playing card games around the campfire.