A cluster of parks with spectacular views

South Wales holidays and caravan parks

South Wales stretches from historic Chepstow, with its imposing castle near the English border, to the big skies and epic sea views of the jagged western coast of Pembrokeshire. Here, almost 200 miles of magical shoreline is protected as a National Park. Pembrokeshire has some of the UK's cleanest waters and sands, with more Blue Flag and Seaside Awards than any other county.

Parks in the region

Our parks in South Wales

We have three parks near Tenby (great big Kiln Park and two smaller, more peaceful sites, Lydstep Beach and Penally Court) plus one on the west coast (Quay West), next to New Quay in the middle of spectacular Dylan Thomas country.

Tenby, Pembrokeshire

Kiln Park

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 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.

  • Only a 15-minute stroll along the beach to the historic harbour town of Tenby
  • Spectacular mountains, valleys and the sea right on your doorstep
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Tenby, Pembrokeshire

Lydstep Beach

Enjoy breathtaking views at this award-winning and unique park set within the tranquil Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. On the park, the entertainment facilities and pool are set in and around a mansion and right next to the park are a variety of water sports and a Blue Flag beach.

  • The pebble/sandy Blue Flag beach is the perfect spot to relax and explore
  • All of our holiday homes are privately-owned

Tenby, Pembrokeshire

Penally Court

Our quiet, secluded holiday park is just a mile down the road from Kiln Park Holiday Centre. We only have a few caravans here at Penally Court, so when you stay with us, we provide a free taxi service so you can use all the facilities at Kiln Park.

  • A quiet owner’s only park
  • Close to the pretty fishing village of Tenby

New Quay, South West Wales

Quay West

On the beautiful West Wales coast, this lovely park is perfect for sea air and sea views. 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.

  • The parks is surrounded by rolling hills and woodland
  • It’s an easy walk down a sloping woodland trail to a beautiful sandy beach

Pitch, park and relax

Touring and camping in South Wales

If you’d like to bring your own tent or tourer to South Wales, we’d love to welcome you to Kiln Park. We have great facilities and different types of pitches to choose from. And you’ll be able to join in with all the usual Haven fun with your free Fun Pass included in your booking. Use our fab pools and sports activities, go on daytime adventures and enjoy evening entertainment.

Your own Welsh holiday home

Static caravans for sale

If you'd like to keep the magic of South Wales in your life long-term, come and join us at Haven. We have static caravans for sale at all of our caravan parks in South Wales. Pick any one to enjoy all your favourite Haven facilities, activities and entertainment as well as exclusive Owners' Lounges and other facilities like pools, spas and gardens.

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Explore South Wales

Places to visit

Dolphin spotting on a New Quay boat trip

New Quay boat trips

A steam train on the Vale of Rheidol Railway

Vale of Rheidol Railway

Carew Castle overlooking a millpond

Carew Castle

Tenby Harbour with views of the beach

Tenby Harbour

Waterfalls in the Brecon Beacons National Park

Brecon Beacons

View of Tenby beach and clear blue sea

Tenby beach

Interior of the National Botanic Garden of Wales

National Botanic Garden of Wales

Guests on a rollercoaster at Oakwood Theme Park

Oakwood Theme Park

Pembroke medieval castle

Pembroke Castle

Spectacular mountains, valleys and sea

Explore the area

Tenby Harbour
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. Places to visit in South Wales