Whether you prefer a relaxing or an active holiday, beaches or mountains, historical or contemporary, you’ll find it all in Wales. From beaches to castles, and the heights of Snowdon or the Brecon Beacons, Wales is a diverse landscape and a popular holiday destination.
Bron-Y-Wendon Holiday Park, Conwy
North Wales holiday park with outstanding panoramic sea views and open all year. Nearby are a wide range of attractions and activities with Snowdonia, Anglesey, Llandudno, Conwy and Chester all within easy reach. Llanddulas beach is down the road and there are many seaside resorts, promenades and piers nearby.
Bodnant Caravan Park, Conwy
Situated just half a mile from the ancient market town of Llanwrst in the beautiful Conwy Valley. Flowering features abound, exotic looking plants grow between the pitches. Llanrwst is the gateway to the Snowdonia National Park and the big bold landscape of Snowdonia is right on the doorstep, a mecca for walkers and ramblers.
Garreg Goch Caravan Park, Gwynedd
A small selection of touring pitches, all set close to the golden beach of Black Rock Sands. 10 minutes' walk from the wide open beach which affords fantastic views across to Harlech with its famous castle. It is also only 10 minutes to Porthmadog with an array of shops, restaurants and amenities.
Hendre Mynach, Gwynedd
Just 100 metres from Barmouth Beach, on the 'Wales Coast Path' and cycle route 8. The stunning hills around Barmouth offer breath-taking views. There are plenty of walks to enjoy, from the gentle strolls along the promenade and all the way to Dolgellau along the old railway line and there are many lesser trodden trails among wooded glades and sandy beaches.
Islawrffordd Caravan Park, Gwynedd
Located at the southern end of Snowdonia National Park, with direct access to the beach, plus swimming pool and fine dining restaurant. A main attraction is the coast, right next to the touring field. Here the dog-friendly shingle beach provides plenty of opportunity for walks and relaxation, with fantastic views to the Llyn peninsula to the north and towards Barmouth in the south.
Trawsdir Park, Gwynedd
Located in Snowdonia National Park overlooking Cardigan Bay, and boasting some of the most stunning scenery around. Trawsdir is a quality five star family run park in an enviable position. The Norbar Restaurant and Bar is a short walk away and Barmouth town is also only 2.5 miles away.
Tyddyn Llwyn Park, Gwynedd
Within walking distance of Borth Y Gest and the bustling harbour town of Porthmadog. Only a few minutes’ drive from Black Rock Sands and Portmeirion Village. Snowdonia and the Llyn Peninsula feature some of the most stunning scenery in the UK, with numerous lakes, mountains, castles and coastal areas for you to explore. Tŷ Mŵg ‘Beer & Brisket’ Smokehouse is the onsite bar and restaurant.
Fforest Fields Caravan & Camping Site, Powys
A well-established, family owned, caravan and campsite in the middle of a farm in the heart of Wales. This 12 acre site has a more enclosed side with a mountain stream running through it and a more open field with wonderful views. There are two lakes and wonderful walking or mountain biking direct from the site, through the woods and up to open moorland.
Red Kite Touring Park, Powys
An adult only site, ideal for exploring the Clywedog Reservoir, Hafren Forest and the Elan Valley. Positioned on a gently sloping, south-facing site with beautiful views across the valley. The route to Llanidloes is only 20 minutes along a well-lit footpath and only 40 minutes drive to beautiful coastal towns. There are nice walks from the park into town or along the river Clywedog, and the Severn Way skirts the park.
Erwlon Caravan & Camping Park, Carmarthenshire
An open all year site on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park and the Cambrian Mountains. Erwlon is within walking distance of the pretty town of Llandovery and sits at the foot of the Brecon Beacons. Whether it's the coastline of Carmarthenshire, the Cambrian mountains or the Elan Valley, there is plenty to see and do in the area.