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Wales.org was founded in 2020 as a site dedicated to Wales. Beyond facts and figures, we wanted to showcase all the wonderful thing this small country has to offer for holidaymakers, thrill-seekers and even the lucky people who live here.

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Camping

From adventure fuelled mini-breaks to family-filled fun, Wales is one of the top locations for a camping holiday. Experience the great outdoors like you never have before with a variety of camping sites on classic seaside resorts, amongst gorgeous rolling hills and in the shadow of sleepy villages in the North, South and West.

 

 

Whether it’s the picturesque Gower Peninsula, the charming area of Monmouthshire or the culture-driven spot of Portmeirion, no camping spot is too far from a wealth of amazing sights and activities. With big-time urban landscapes nestled only moments away from the vast and wild countryside, there is something exciting around every corner.

 

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Camping in Wales provides the perfect opportunity to become at one with nature and is the ideal base to experience the wide selection of beaches, peaceful mountain ranges and historical monuments.

Explore the wonder of Snowdonia National Park in the North, the Pembrokeshire coastline to the South-West and the Brecon Beacons in the South. You could try your hand at mountain climbing, gorge walking or abseiling, or simply spend your time wandering around the quaint towns, markets and castles before retiring for a relaxing night in your tent.

 

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Want to find out more about camping in Wales? At Wales.org, we’ve got the inside scope on the top locations for your trip, with added insight on the best things to do during your little getaway. Whether it’s for one night, a weekend or even longer, a Welsh camping trip will promise a holiday to remember, and our hints and tips will help you make it an unforgettable trip.

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