Caravan holidays in Wales and where to book breaks at some of the best sites

With International travel restrictions still ongoing, caravan holidays in Wales have never been so popular. Many of us book a caravan break as we are searching for a spot of peace of tranquillity amongst the best natural landscapes that Wales has to offer.

Depending on your preferred caravan and what time of year you book your holiday, caravan holidays can be as budget-friendly or as expensive as you want them to be.

You can also bring all your favourite food with you as well as books, games and puzzles to keep the kids entertained if the weather turns on you.

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Caravan holidays have exploded in popularity not just in Wales, but across the whole of the UK.

Nick Lomas, Director General of the Caravan and Motorhome Club, said: “This year has been one of the best and busiest yet, as the demand for outdoor UK holidays has continued to grow. Almost nine out of 10 members who joined the Caravan and Motorhome Club in recent years have stayed with the Club this year, spending more time on campsites and enjoying their leisure vehicle holidays more than ever before.

“After all, campsite holidays make it easy to maintain social distancing, and you can book our Covid-secure sites with real confidence as amendments are free.”



Caravan holidays have become very popular in 2021

The Caravan and Motorhome Club has 12 fabulous campsites in Wales so whether its exploring Snowdonia and the Brecon Beacons National Parks, visiting Britain’s smallest city of St Davids or exploring quaint and pretty Tenby, there are plenty of outdoor adventures on offer.

The Club has a dedicated section on its website offering all sorts of hints and tips on what you need to know before taking a caravan, motorhome, campervan or camping holiday in Wales.

Wales has a brilliant selection of caravan holidays to choose from, including static vans and sites where you can rock up in your own camper.

We’ve rounded up some of the best caravan holidays in Wales where you can enjoy a scenic stay in a cosy van.

Haven Hafan y Môr Holiday Park, Pwllheli



Caravan holidays in Wales and where to book breaks at some of the best sites

Hafan y Môr is one of Haven’s biggest parks and is in the perfect location for exploring the Snowdonia National Park, Pwllheli and the Llŷn Peninsula. It’s located right on the coast and also has access to the Wales Coast Path.

There’s a huge amount to do here for families looking for a fun-filled break. You’ll find boating, biking and high ropes at the Dragon Lakes Adventure Village and lots of swimming fun at their refurbished pool filled with slides, water features and flumes.

Other facilities include pubs, restaurants, entertainment venues, takeaways and shops all on-site. There’s everything you need for a family holiday in beautiful North Wales.

Hafan y Môr has a decent selection of static vans as well as camping and touring pitches, apartments and lodges, so you have plenty of accommodation choices to suit your needs and budget.

Visit:haven.com

Pendine sands, Carmarthen Bay



Caravan holidays in Wales and where to book breaks at some of the best sites

Pendine sands Holiday Park have a large range of caravans to choose from, including dog-friendly options and wheelchair-friendly options.

The site is located on one of South Wales’ most iconic beaches with miles of golden and powder-soft sand to enjoy.

For an active break, the kids will love the two outdoor play areas, while the heated indoor pool is perfect for a splashing good time or a relaxing dip.

You’ll also find dining and entertainment facilities, a proper fish ‘n’ chip shop, a launderette and a convenience store with off-license. It’s got everything you need for your next family holiday.

Visit:parkdeanresorts.co.uk

Trecco Bay, Porthcawl



Caravan holidays in Wales and where to book breaks at some of the best sites

Trecco Bay is Europe’s largest holiday park and has been a family holiday favourite for many years in Porthcawl.

The popular site has some lovely accommodation, including lodges and caravans where you can relax near the seaside.

There’s plenty of facilities and activities to keep the whole family entertained at Trecco Bay, including their giant indoor swimming pool and wet outdoor play area with fountains and water guns.

The kids will also love the adventure playground with zip wire, adventure golf and arcade zone and the high ropes course, arts & crafts den, and climbing wall.

Visit:.parkdeanresorts.co.uk

Kiln Park, Tenby



Caravan holidays in Wales and where to book breaks at some of the best sites

Kiln Park is a firm favourite for family holidays in Pembrokeshire. The site is just a short walk from the stunning Blue Flag South Beach in Tenby and is ideally located for exploring the gorgeous beaches in the area

Kiln Park has both indoor and outdoor pools, mini-golf and lots of other child-friendly activities, along with evening entertainment to keep you all busy for the week.

They also have a good selection of caravans and adapted caravans that are sure to suit all your holiday needs.

Visit: haven.com

Snowdon View Caravan Park, Brynrefail



Caravan holidays in Wales and where to book breaks at some of the best sites

With stunning scenery and views of Yr Wyddfa [Snowdon], this scenic caravan park provides a relaxing stay and also doubles as the perfect base for adventurous types looking to explore the Snowdonia national park area.

They have a selection of luxury lodges, static caravans and touring pitches to choose from, surrounded by breathtaking views of north Wales.

Guests can enjoy boating or fishing on the crystal clear waters of nearby Lake Padarn or spend time exploring the many hiking and biking trails in the beautiful Snowdonia National Park.

Visit:snowdonviewpark.co.uk/

Cardigan Bay Holiday Park



Caravan holidays in Wales and where to book breaks at some of the best sites

This holiday park is right on the beach, just a short walk from the award-winning Poppit Sands.

It’s a secluded park on the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and with natural beauty all around – the bay is even known for its Bottle-Nose dolphins.

Caravans and cottages are available, and the park is equipped with an indoor pool complex and spa baths as well as a restaurant, evening entertainment and free WiFi throughout.

Visit:Booking.com

Pencnwc Holiday Park, New Quay



Caravan holidays in Wales and where to book breaks at some of the best sites

Family-owned Pencnwc Holiday Park is found just a couple of miles from the picturesque fishing village of New Quay. Its facilities include an indoor heated swimming pool, a kids’ club, play areas and a licensed clubhouse featuring regular entertainment.

For fishing enthusiasts, the site also has its own fishing lake stocked with carp!

With holiday homes, static caravans, a touring caravan site and seasonal touring it’s got a decent selection of accommodation to choose from for your next Wales holiday.

Visit:pencnwc.co.uk

Barmouth Bay Holiday Park, Gwynedd



Caravan holidays in Wales and where to book breaks at some of the best sites

An award-winning place to stay in Gwynedd, this holiday park has glorious golden sands and scenic mountain views.

Surrounded by the great outdoors, it sits just a few miles from the holiday village of Barmouth, and within the bounds of Snowdonia National Park.

Facilities include a swimming pool, outdoor adventure playground, multi-sports court, bike hire and direct access to Barmouth Beach. It’s the ideal place for a relaxing family break close to the coast.

Visit:hoseasons.co.uk

Clarach Bay Holiday Village, Aberystwyth



Caravan holidays in Wales and where to book breaks at some of the best sites

Clarach Bay is a fun, family-run holiday park in Clarach Bay, near Aberystwyth, that’s right on the beach. The park has a wide selection of accommodation types to suit different budgets and group sizes.

So whether you want a Diamond Lodge with hot tub or a family value caravan there is something for everyone at this holiday site.

Dog owners will love that you can even bring your well-behaved pup along to Clarach Bay Holiday Village when you book into their dog-friendly accommodation.

On the site, there’s a heated pool, playgrounds, live entertainment and classic seaside fish and chips, along with a wood-fired pizza oven.

Visit:clarachbay.com

Lydstep Beach Holiday Village



Caravan holidays in Wales and where to book breaks at some of the best sites

This one is the smaller and calmer sister park of popular Kiln Park. It’s a peaceful park with its own bay and beach including boat launching facilities and is located in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and is close to the seaside town of Tenby.

There’s a good variety of watersports activities such as sea kayak hire, boating, yachting and more to keep the whole family entertained.

Lydstep has a selection of platinum and deluxe static caravans as well as luxury lodges, so you can spoil yourself on your next Wales holiday.

Visit:lydstepbeach.org.uk

Greenacres Holiday Park, Porthmadog



Caravan holidays in Wales and where to book breaks at some of the best sites

Another Haven Park near Snowdonia and the amazing North Wales coast, with miles and miles of Black Rock Sands within walking distance.

There are all the Haven facilities you would expect from a Haven Park including a SplashZone and dining facilities. If you love nature, you’ll enjoy exploring the nature reserve in the sand dunes and of course, Snowdonia National Park is just around the corner.

Visit: haven.com

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