Ten great attractions in Wales
With plenty of caravan parks in Wales, you’ll never be far from one of the fantastic attractions that this beautiful country has to offer. Here are ten of our favourite things to enjoy in Wales.
Tree Top Adventure Snowdonia
From abseiling to kayaking, at Tree Top Adventure in the heart of Snowdonia forest there’s a whole host of outdoor activities to enjoy on caravan holidays in Wales.
- Go to ttadventure.co.uk for more information.
Welsh Mountain Zoo
Home to a cornucopia of rare and endangered species from around the world, the Welsh Mountain Zoo is dedicated to their care and conservation. You can also enjoy stunning panoramic views from its location above Colwyn Bay.
- Visit the Welsh Mountain Zoo for more info.
The jewel of Snowdonia’s coastline is Portmeirion, an Italianate village with beaches, shops and restaurants that appears to belong in the pages of a fairytale book.
- Check out portmeirion-village.com for more info.
The foreboding-looking Caernarfon Castle was built by Edward I, and overlooks the mouth of the Seiont River. Visit at night when the castle is lit up for the most impressive view of the castle on caravan holidays to Wales.
Llandaff Cardiff Ghost Walk
Feeling brave? Take the Llandaff Cardiff Ghost Walk around the ruins of an ancient village, led by the torchlight of your knowledgeable guide. Not for the faint-hearted!
- Check out cardiffhistory.co.uk.
Whether you’d like to surf, swim or just spot the local wildlife, Rhossili Bay is an outstanding area of natural beauty to enjoy from caravan parks near Swansea.
- For more info on Rhossili Bay go here.
Great Orme Tramway
Now more than a century old, the Great Orme Tramway is the only cable-hauled tramway still in operation on British public roads. Take a trip to the top to enjoy views that on clear days, stretch as far as the Lake District.
- Check out greatormetramway.com.
St. Fagan’s National History Museum
On caravan holidays to Cardiff don’t miss St. Fagan’s, a 100 acre park filled with authentically restored buildings from all over Wales that bring to life its social history.
- Take a look at museumwales.ac.uk/en/stfagans.
Llechwedd Slate Caverns
Descend 200 metres under Snowdonia to discover the Llechwedd Slate Caverns on caravan holidays to Wales. Enjoy a fascinating tour on the little yellow train and learn all about Wales’ quarrying history.
- Visit the Llechwedd Slate Caverns website here.
Wales Millennium Centre
The most popular attraction in Wales is the Millennium Centre, where you’ll find shops, bars and restaurants and a large theatre that plays host to opera, ballet, musicals and more. If you’re staying at Trecco Bay, our Parkdean Holidays caravan park near Swansea, make sure you check out what’s on!