South Wales Caravan Holidays and Holiday Parks
The region is only loosely defined, with many people counting some parts of Wales that others do not include and with some counting west Wales as been separate whilst some count the south west of the country as been only in South Wales.
No matter how you define the region, there can be no denying that the area includes a great mix of seaside holiday resorts and towns, fantastic historical cities and some fantastic rural areas full of natural beauty.
With all of that in mind, it is also no surprise that the region is also a popular area for holidaymakers and with plenty of choice when it comes to caravan holiday parks, caravan holidays are one of the most popular holiday types in South Wales.
South Wales Holiday Parks
Here are our top 10 caravan holiday parks in South Wales.
|Company||Park Name/ Location||Review||Info|
|1||Lydstep Beach, Tenby, Pembrokeshire, South Wales||Review||Book | More Info|
|2||Quay West, New Quay, Ceredigion, West Wales||Review||Book | More Info|
|3||Kiln Park, Tenby, Pembrokeshire||Review||Book | More Info|
South Wales Caravan Holidays
In South Wales it is the regions main holiday resorts including the likes of Barry, Tenby and Cardigan Bay that are the most popular areas for the all action larger holiday parks but there are caravan parks found throughout the region.
When it comes to South Wales, the area can be split into 3 distinct areas when thinking about holiday in the region. These are:
The regions coast is amongst the most beautiful in the UK so it is no surprise that many holiday park operators have chosen the area to run holiday parks.
Pembrokeshire is famed for it’s natural beauty and it is also home to Tenby, one of Wales’ leading holiday resorts. The town is also home to a number of holiday parks including those operated by the biggest brands.
Further to the northwest of Pembrokeshire is Cardigan Bay in Ceredigion, home to a resident pod of dolphins and it is also home to a number of popular seaside towns and resorts.
Towns and Cities
South Wales is perhaps best known as been the location of 3 of Wales’ 4 biggest urban areas including the capital city of Cardiff as well as Swansea and Newport.
Cardiff is home to many historical sites and is the main shopping and cultural centre of Wales whilst Swansea is a up and coming tourist destination thanks to the natural beauty of the nearby Swansea Bay and Brecon Beacons.
Newport is on the English border and as such has a fascinating history including been the site of numerous battles.
With many major sporting and cultural event snow taking place in South Wales, why not choose a caravan holiday park if you are heading there for an event and remember you only pay per accommodation and not per person!
The South Wales coast may grab the headlines when it comes to the natural beauty of the region but South Wales is also home to many idyllic areas away from the coast.
The Brecon Beacons is an Area of Outstanding natural Beauty whilst the many small villages that make up the Welsh Valley are a great insight into a traditional Welsh lifestyle.
South Wales is a fantastic choice for anybody looking for a caravan holiday as it is such a varied part of the UK.
From the history of the area, which can be re-lived at many iconic historical sites including numerous castles, churches, cathedrals and the walled town of Tenby to the beautiful coast and from the culture and vibe of Cardiff to the Welsh Valleys- if it is of interest to you and your family, you will likely find it is South Wales.
South Wales has perhaps developed a reputation as been an area of heavy industry, not something you normally associated with holiday destinations but over the years the heavy industry has moved away and that has opened the area up to tourism and to preserving it’s natural beauty and cultural sites.
The area known as the M4 corridor, which covered the south coast from Swansea to Newport via Cardiff is an area undertaking a number of regeneration projects including Swansea Bay and Cardiff bay which are now magnets for tourists and especially Doctor Who fans as a lot of the newer series have been filmed in and around Cardiff.
The southern cities are easy to explore via rail, with regular services between Swansea-Cardiff-Newport and onto Wales and the English Midlands, with branch lines taking visitors to popular seaside areas such as Pembroke, Tenby and Barry.
From our point of view one of the biggest draws to South Wales for those looking to holiday in the area is the quality and choice of caravan holiday homes that can be found throughout the region.
The big seaside resorts and coastal towns have a good mix of large all-action holiday parks that feature a seemingly never ending list of activities and facilities as well as a choice of accommodation types.
There are also a number of smaller parks that offer a great base for exploring or one that focus on maximising the natural beauty of your surrounding when staying in South Wales region.
Here at CaraHols.co.uk we review all of the parks we feature, bring you all of the information you need to know about a caravan holiday park to make an informed decision on whether or not it is right for you. We then bring you a direct link to the booking page on the operators/owner’s website and also where you can get further information.
That means that by simply visiting CaraHols.co.uk and using our website, the process of finding a caravan holiday, choosing the accommodation and actually booking the holiday is as easy as possible.