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The Local Area
near Trecco Bay Holiday Park
With the stunning Blue Flag beach right on your doorstep and the impressive Glamorgan Heritage Coastline just waiting to be explored, you'll have plenty to do during your holiday to Trecco Bay Holiday Park.
Take a stroll along the Blue Flag Beach to the seaside town of Porthcawl just 2 miles away and spend your day among the art galleries or along the Promenade before sampling some of the food from one the many restaurants in the town.
Or for something a bit livelier, why not kick start your adrenalin and head to the sea for some action packed water sports at Porthcawl.
Did you know, nearby Newton beach used to be used by the Americans during WW2 for artillery training? This is a popular beach for people to go with metal detectors.
Attractions near Trecco Bay Holiday Park
Not only is there a lot to do on park but there are also a great range of attractions to try out nearby. We have selected a sample of our favourites that are all within a short distance from Trecco Bay Holiday Park.
1. Big Pit
A real coal mine and one of Britain's leading mining museums with facilities to educate and entertain all ages.
This resort brings the thrills of the funfair, a promenade for quiet walks and fine beaches for a day's relaxation.
2. Museum of Welsh Life
One of Europe's biggest and most exciting open-air museums, set in 100 acres of beautiful parkland.
6. Margam Country Park
Visit this Tudor Gothic mansion and uncover garden walks, a mini railway, birds of prey and even a Fairytale village!
3. Cardiff Castle
Discover 2,000 years of history - the arrival of the Romans and the Norman Conquest to lavish Victorian design.
For the adventurers - swing, climb, jump and slide in this aquatic themed four storey interactive play area.
4. Coity Castle
Although originally established soon after 1100, much of the castle dates from the 14th century and later.
8. South Wales Miners Museum
Discover what life was like for the men, women and children working in the coalmines of the Welsh valleys.