Top 10 places to visit in Wales in a Campervan

Top 10 places to visit in Wales in a Campervan

1. Tintern abbey
Tintern Abbey is one of the UK’s most well-preserved ruins, and is a sacred place filled with history and class. Writers and Artists such as Wordsworth and Turner visited the Abbey two hundred years ago, using its picturesque beauty for inspiration. Learn about the history of the Abbey and then stroll its gorgeous gardens. 

2. Swansea
Located on the coast, Swansea is a fun packed city with a hundred and one things to get involved in. From air shows to learning how to wind surf. From shopping to boat trips around the coast. You’d find it hard to get bored here. 

3. Anglesey
Anglesey is definitely a place worthy of discovering. Its coast allows you to spend a day frolicking on the beach which can never go a miss, and includes many other activities such as cycling, walking, surfing and nature spotting.  It is a place where you can kick back, relax and enjoy the splendours that it has to offer. 

4. Brecon Beacons
This National Park hold unfathomable beauty which deserves to be explored.  Enjoy the outdoors and get active with the many trails for walkers, runners, cyclists, horse riders and wildlife watchers. You’ll also find opportunities for rafting, abseiling and paragliding. You can even find yourself stargazing at the international Dark-Sky. The efforts of the community to reduce carbon emissions are visible at night when you can see the stars so clearly.

5. Caernarfon castle
A brute of a fortress. This castle is perfect for a family day out, with so much history to learn and explore it will be like going back in time.

6. Portmeirion
This tourist village in Gwynedd, surrounded by vast woodlands and gardens comprises of hip hostels and a huddle of historic cottages. There are features at Portmeirion such as a spa, award winning restaurants and train tours. A place to relax and become at one with the surrounding green-land.

7. Cardiff
The capital of Wales does not disappoint.  This port city of the south coast of wales offers a startling range of unique attractions, excellent entertainment and quality shopping.

8. Snowdonia
Take your campervan to the famous Snowdonia where you will find the most incredible views and activities. Travelling with a family? Try out the Greenwood Forest Park or King Arthurs Labyrinth. Enjoy being on the water? Take a boat trip or a wildlife cruise. Or you can simply take a route through the beautiful Snowdonia on foot, bike, horse, or whatever mode of transport you wish.

9. Lake Vyrnwy
Its more than a lake; it is absolute heaven. Walking, cycling, touring, with cream teas and bacon sandwiches at your command has never been so easy and joyous. Explore the castle, the grounds, the lake, the community, and enjoy every second of it.

10. The Gower
Celebrating 60 years since becoming the UK’s first area of outstanding natural beauty, The Gower won’t disappoint you with its breath-taking views and coastline. True sports adrenaline junkies can try coast steering, or climb the cliffs and jump into the waves below (accompanied by a professional of course!). Walk the waterfront with high expectations, because The Gower will not disappoint. 

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