Wales is a country that is part of the United Kingdom; bordered by England to the east and the Atlantic Ocean and the Irish Sea to the west. With a distinct cultural identity, Wales is officially bilingual; the Welsh and English languages having equal status.
At any time of year the beautiful country of Wales is the perfect destination. From the dramatic Heritage coastline with miles of sheer cliffs and sandy beaches, to the lush green countryside, valleys and mountain peaks of the awe-inspiring National Parks, going camping in Wales is the ideal choice whether you are looking for a family holiday, romantic weekend, activity break or fun days out.
Wales is a country rich in history from all time periods, boasting Norman castles, Tudor mansions, Roman remains, ancient stone circles, tombs and megaliths.
For those looking for plenty to do, Wales is custom built for enjoying the great outdoors. From award-winning golf courses, horse riding, abseiling and climbing, canoeing and kayaking, caving, kite and windsurfing, diving and fishing, there is so much on offer to satisfy the whole family.
All campsites in Wales offer plenty of activities and major attractions within easy reach. From medieval castles like Caerphilly, magnificent stately homes and gardens such as those at Derstow House, vibrant towns, stunning countryside, beautiful coastline and historic villages, camping in Wales is the perfect holiday for all the family.
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Enjoy the spectacular scenery of the Snowdonia National Park from this tranquil and peaceful campsite. Situated just a few miles north of the shores of Lake Bala, this is a campsite that you will want to return to over and over again. There are fantastic facilities available on Bala campsite with toilets, showers, dishwashing, and a small shop for all of those camping essentials. The campsite is relatively quiet with a small playground available for children.
Situated near the beautiful coves and beaches of west Wales, this campsite is a wildlife lover’s paradise. From here you can see red kites, and if you are lucky, spot dolphins playing in the coastal waters nearby. Cardigan is on the estuary of the River Teifi and is centrally located to explore the fabulous Heritage Coast line of Cardigan Bay. Inland, the stunning landscape of the wooded Teifi Valley is home to an abundance of wildlife including otters. Cardigan Bay campsite a perfect paradise, offering an abundance of great facilities for the whole family.
Situated on the southern coast of north west Wales, this campsite is perfectly placed for exploring the Lleyn Peninsula and the Snowdonia National Park. The site is convenient to the narrow gauge railway at Porthmadog, and the journey to Machynlleth on the main line is also recommended. There are plenty of excellent cycling routes from the campsite, which are mainly traffic free to Pwllheli and Caernarfon. With plenty of facilities on offer, and dogs also welcome, this is a great campsite for all the family!
A wonderfully peaceful campsite set in beautiful countryside near the Brecon Beacons National Park, this is a glorious place for wildlife spotting; a real haven for walkers and bird watching enthusiasts. Rhandirmwyn means ‘Valley of the Minerals’, with this lovely campsite set in an old lead-mining area in the Towy Valley. There are plenty of great facilities available onsite including showers, washing facilities, and a children’s play area. Dogs are also welcome.
Just one mile from the Heritage Coast in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and boasting stunning views, this campsite is an ideal place for walkers and beach lovers alike. The area is classic Welsh coastal country, with beautiful scenery, historic buildings, traditional arts and crafts, and amazing sunsets. There is a wonderful lagoon and beach nearby (approximately two miles away) from where you can take a leisurely evening swim. For eating out, the Shed Bistro in Porthgain comes highly recommended, with the Sea Bass gaining top marks.