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Explore The Wales Way by Campervan

Explore The Wales Way by Campervan

Why not begin your Welsh adventure by exploring The Wales Way by campervan? Made up of three national routes, The Wales Way consists of The Coastal Way, The Cambrian Way and The North Coast Way.

Each route allows you to take in a different part of the Welsh landscape. From magnificent castles to breathtaking National Parks, Wales’ awe-inspiring beauty is ready and waiting for you.

Read on to discover more about the three different routes, as well as some family and dog-friendly campsites to visit along the way while holidaying in your campervan.

 

The Coastal Way

Running the length of Cardigan Bay, the Coastal Way boasts 180 miles of gorgeous blue sea and towering mountains. Explore harbour towns and seaside resorts, fishing villages, secret coves, impressive cliffs and countless beaches throughout your trip.

Blaenwaun Caravan Park

Take in the panoramic views of Cardigan Bay, dip your toes at the National Trust Mwnt beach or stroll through lush countryside, from your base at Blaenwaun Caravan Park. Campfires are allowed here, so you can enjoy watching the sun go down around a warm glow with friends and family.

Cardigan Bay Camping and Caravan Site

The town of New Quay is only three miles away from Cardigan Bay Camping and Caravan Site. There you can visit the Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre and if you’re lucky enough, spot dolphins from the beach! For true nature lovers, there’s also the option to visit a Red Kite Feeding Station. Spend your time exploring the many coves or beaches, and end your day in the welcoming local pub.

 

The Cambrian Way

This route allows you to travel from the North coast to the South coast across the stunning mountainous regions of Wales. Stretching between Llandudno and Cardiff, expect to see forests, lakes, reservoirs and the old slate and coal mining heartlands, as you pass through the Brecon Beacons and Snowdonia National Parks.

Bryndu Caravan and Camping

This family-run site is ideal for exploring the Black Mountains and the Brecon Beacons. At Bryndu Caravan and Camping, you can experience what life was like on a traditional 17th century Welsh farm. But don’t worry about doing any farm work. Instead, you can pamper yourself with onsite holistic and beauty treatments.

Erwlon Caravan and Camping Park

Erwlon Caravan and Camping Park is a 5* park is nestled beside the Brecon Beacons, with beautiful countryside and a charming market town only a short walk away. Enjoy a pub lunch at The King’s Head Inn nearby, or use your luxury base to explore South Wales further.

 

The North Coast Way

The North Coast Way is an old trading route spanning 75 miles. The North Coast Way has a trio of castles to explore – Beaumaris, Caernarfon and Conwy, and leads over the Menai Strait into the stunning island of Anglesey.

Aberafon Campsite – Caernarfon, Gwynedd

This seaside campsite is located on the Llyn Peninsula and is close to Snowdonia and other major attractions in North Wales. Relax and enjoy panoramic views over the sea and 15 acres of valley ground, or venture down to Aberafon campsite’s private beach.

Pen y Bont Caravan and Camping Site – Valley, Holy Head, Anglesey

If you’re after both sea and mountain views, Pen y Bont campsite has both. Close to sandy beaches at Trearddur Bay and Rhoscolyn, it offers a wide variety of activities for couples and families alike, such as water sports, walking and cycling.

Take a look at our attractions section for more things to do during your travels or browse our extensive list of campsites to find the perfect staycation for you.

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