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- Explore Wales
- Holiday Parks in Wales
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2 parks in Wales
- Stunning coastal and countryside locations
- Excellent range of local attractions
- Your choice of idyllic, or lively parks
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Warm, welcoming, wonderful... South Wales
'Croeso I Gymru', as they say in this beautiful part of the country. 'Welcome to Wales' and all that it has to offer... from the rugged cliffs of the stunning Glamorgan Heritage Coastline, to the miles of sandy beaches in total contrast...
from the peace and quiet of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park to the vibrant shopping and buzzing nightlife of colourful Cardiff. Everyday there's a fabulous new location or attraction to discover in Wales.
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Attractions in Wales
Trecco Bay is one of the UK's largest holiday parks, offering non-stop fun. You can even walk to Porthcawl from Trecco Bay's Blue Flag beach.
Pendine Sands is an ideal base for exploring Carmarthenshire, Pembrokeshire, the walled town of Tenby and the village of Laugharne, home of the famous Welsh poet Dylan Thomas.
1. Museum of Welsh Life
One of Europe's biggest and most exciting open-air museums, set in 100 acres of beautiful parkland.
2. Coity Castle
Although originally established soon after 1100, much of the castle dates from the 14th century and later.
Whether you want a relaxing or an adrenalin-fuelled, extreme adventure day, Heatherton has it all.
Our Holiday Parks in Wales
Trecco BayGet directions »
- One of the UK's largest holiday parks
- On the edge of a lovely Blue Flag beach
- Splashland - pirate themed pool complex
Pendine SandsGet directions »
- Picturesque park surrounded by countryside
- Just minutes away from a glorious beach
- Beach location famous for landspeed records
Towns and Cities in Wales
Porthcawl (near Trecco Bay Holiday Park)
Porthcawl is a traditional seaside town with several beaches, including two with Blue Flag status. As well as the beaches there is also a grand pavilion, fun fair and many bars and restaurants.
Cardiff (near Trecco Bay Holiday Park)
There's so much to do in the capital of Wales including top sporting events at the Millennium Stadium, a whole host of shops, bars and restaurants and many galleries and museums.
Tenby (near Pendine Sands Holiday Park)
Tenby is a popular seaside town famous for its pastel coloured buildings, town walls and four kilometres of sandy beaches making it a major attraction for anyone who visits Wales.
Gower (near Pendine Sands and Trecco Bay Holiday Parks)
A finalist in ITV's Britain's Favourite View, the Gower Peninsula is famous for its award winning beaches and unspoilt scenery. Spend the day enjoying it's many walks along coastal paths.
Carmarthen (near Pendine Sands Holiday Park)
Carmarthen is a thriving commercial centre with old and modern shops and an indoor and outdoor market. Visit nearby Llansteffan with it's pleasant beach and impressive castle.