Holidays in South Wales

Holiday Parks in South Wales

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    South Wales Caravan 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.

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

    • Outstanding entertainment
    • Close to central Tenby
    • Blue Flag Beach nearby
    • Pools
    4 nights from £49

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

    • Indoor pool
    • Direct beach access
    • The Manor House
    • Entertainment
    4 nights from £99

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

    • National Park nearby
    • Tenby nearby
    • Activities and entertainment nearby
    • Park walk
    4 nights from £55

    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.

    • Indoor pool
    • Outdoor pool
    • Direct beach access
    • Aerial Adventure
    4 nights from £49
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    Pembrokeshire Coast National Park nearby to Penally Court
    Brecon Beacons National Park
    Tenby North Beach

    Three great things about South Wales

    Pembrokeshire Coast National Park

    Framed around the magnificent coastline, you’ll find an array of valleys, woodlands and craggy trails to explore.

    The South Wales Valleys

    A former industrial hub, the South Wales Valleys retain much of their history while transforming into a must-visit attraction. Journey along the Brecon Mountain Railway at Brecon Beacons National Park, and soak up the history at Blaenavon World Heritage site.

    Brilliant beaches

    The beaches in South Wales are some of the country's best – in fact Pembrokeshire is home to more Blue Flag-awarded beaches than any other Welsh county, including Tenby North, South, Tenby Castle and Lydstep.

    Things to do in South Wales

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    A mum and her young daughter enjoy the owners exclusive outdoor pool at Greenacres, North Wales.

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    Frequently asked questions

    South Wales is home to over two million people, with relatively large centres in the capital Cardiff as well as Swansea and Newport, and coastal regions along the Bristol Channel. 

    The beaches of Rhossili Bay on the Gower Peninsula and Freshwater West in Pembrokeshire have both been named amongst the finest beaches in the world. They’re must visits when you choose to holiday here. 

    Previously an industrial centre, the South Wales valleys are being rejuvenated through tourism, with several post-industrial sites being reborn as places that welcome visitors – the Big Pit National Coal Museum being a prime example.

    South Wales is a tale of two halves. Large cities that are home to the bulk of the Welsh population make way for unspoilt areas that are some of the most beautiful parts of the country. From history and events to landscapes and relaxation, the region has every angle covered. 

    Pretty Pembrokeshire is fast becoming one of the nation’s favourite holiday spots. A place where quaint towns like Tenby tie in with the stunning beaches of the south coast, some of which are globally recognised for their incredible qualities. 

    With places like the Gower Peninsula Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and the Brecon Beacons National Park in the region, there are few places better than South Wales for an adventurous holiday experiencing the great outdoors.

    Our South Wales holiday parks are just the ticket for a terrific time away with the family. Three of them are centred around the historic town of Tenby, boasting an incredible coastal castle, a beautiful beach, and a bustling old town. Stay at Kiln Park, Penally Court or Lydstep Beach holiday parks to experience Tenby in all its glory. All three are a brilliant gateway to pretty Pembrokeshire too. As is Quay West Holiday Park, located on west Wales coast. The breath of fresh air from this wild Atlantic neighbour is something everyone should experience.

    Discover the variety of our accommodation options at our South Wales holiday parks below:

    Kiln Park

    Lydstep Beach

    Penally Court

    Quay West

    See the best experiences on our round-up of things to do in South Wales. Here are some of our other favourite ideas: 

    Places to visit in South Wales 

    Best beaches in South Wales

    Check out all of the exciting events happening in our roundup of What's on in South Wales.

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