South Wales caravan holidays and holiday parks

South Wales hosts a unique mix of cosmopolitan cities, staples of the seaside and undiscovered stretches of sand that feel as if they’ve been untouched for years. As you navigate from east to west, each settlement offers something different, making a South Wales holiday one of the most diverse the UK has to offer. The further west you go, the sparser the population. When you reach Pembrokeshire, you’ll have arrived in arguably the UK’s prettiest county. Home to more Blue Flag beaches than any other, unspoilt sand plays host to you without stress.

Our four South Wales holiday parks each provide their own warm welcome. Three are centred around tremendous Tenby, with Quay West the outlier on the Irish Sea coast. Fancy bringing your dog? Check out our dog friendly holidays to South Wales.

Penally Court, TenbyPenally Court, Tenby

Secluded and peaceful Penally Court lets you really get away from it all with verdant green hills and winding rivers to delve into.

  • Penally Court, Tenby

    National Park nearby

  • Penally Court, Tenby

    Close to Tenby

Quay West, CeredigionQuay West, Ceredigion

Quay West holiday park is surrounded by the dramatic landscapes of South Wales where you can wind your way through the woodland to the beach.

  • Quay West, Ceredigion

    Indoor pool

  • Quay West, Ceredigion

    Nature walk

Kiln Park, TenbyKiln Park, Tenby

Kiln Park is ideally situated among amazing scenery, a Blue Flag beach and the perfect seaside escape from city life.

  • Kiln Park, Tenby


  • Kiln Park, Tenby

    Coastal walks

Lydstep Beach, TenbyLydstep Beach, Tenby

Lydstep Beach is a real treasure, intimate and close-knit, you’ll be right on the edge of the bay with a countryside backdrop.

  • Lydstep Beach, Tenby


  • Lydstep Beach, Tenby

    Bay views

Things to do in South Wales

Holidays in South Wales mean golden sand stretching for miles, winding coastal walks and historic harbours. Located within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park (the only coastal national park in Britain), Kiln Park is just a short walk from the photogenic fishing village of Tenby.

As well as drinking in the view at Cardigan Bay, you could take a boat trip out to see bottlenose dolphins up close. For something a bit more urban, don't forget the big cities of South Wales – Cardiff is an arts and cultural centre, while Swansea has quaint Victorian arcades. Both will make any shopaholic very happy.

Bass Fishing TripsBass Fishing Trips
From the port of Aberdovey with lures as well as tope, bream and mixed fishing too
Water ParkWater Park
A fun-filled water park that promises a memorable aqua adventure
Carew CastleCarew Castle
Set in a stunning location, overlooking a 23-acre millpond
Carew Karting Carew Karting
Karting for all ages at the dedicated track in Tenby
Woodland GardenWoodland Garden
National Trust Woodland garden in a secluded valley
Fantasy Farm ParkFantasy Farm Park
All the fun you could have at a farm, including petting area and more
Folly Farm Folly Farm
Embark on an amazing animal adventure, a great day out for the family
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