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Our standard booking patterns are:

  • Arrive on a Monday for 4, 7 and 14 night breaks
  • Arrive on a Friday for 3, 7, 10 and 14 night breaks
  • Arrive on a Saturday for 7 and 14 night breaks
  • Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday are non-arrival days

Our holiday season runs between March and November and therefore we cannot take bookings for holidays which fall outside of these dates.

Caravan sites in South Wales

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Holiday Parks & Touring Caravan Sites in South Wales

From scarred medieval castles to some of Britain's wildest coast with secret coves and surfing hotspots, South Wales ticks all the boxes.

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South Wales is full of drama. It stretches over 100 miles, from historic Chepstow and its imposing castle near the English border to the big skies and epic sea views of the jagged coast in the west.

The big draw here is Pembrokeshire, where almost 200 miles of magical shoreline is protected as a national park – home to craggy cliffs, golden sands, pretty villages and traditional seaside resorts. St David's, Britain's smallest city, nestles at its westernmost tip and attracts tourists and religious pilgrims alike.

For hikers, the Pembrokeshire Coast Path is one of Britain's most celebrated long-distance walks.

And modern-day Swansea is now emerging as a serious rival to the thriving capital, Cardiff. While Cardiff wins on shopping and culture, Swansea has its National Waterfront Museum and the poetic verse of Dylan Thomas to celebrate.

Finally, the relatively tiny but beach-rich Gower Peninsula is one of Wales’ most beautiful corners – with fantastic surfing at resorts like Caswell Bay.198

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South Wales – spectacular mountains, valleys and sea

Proud history, brooding natural landscapes and miles of gorgeous beaches lie along this magnificent coastline; from Pembrokeshire’s rugged beauty to Tenby’s sedate sands.

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Places to visit

Our parks in South Wales

Kiln Park, Tenby, Pembrokeshire
Touring & camping icon Touring & camping facilities available

With direct access to Tenby's stunning south beach and the breathtaking Pembrokeshire National Park coastal path adjacent, a better camping or caravan holiday in south wales, location would be hard to imagine. Two great pools, a full range of activities and the ShowBar create a lively atmosphere, while a couple of minutes away, sister Park Penally Court provides a relaxing alternative.

Quay West, New Quay, South West Wales

On the beautiful West Wales coast, this lovely Park is perfect for sea air, sea views and a free and easy holiday. There are fabulous river and woodland walks nearby, and scenic hill trekking to boot. Don't miss the lovely harbour at New Quay, or an uplifting dolphin boat trip.