From cultural highlights worthy of UNESCO world heritage status to exhilarating outdoor adventure activities, Wales is home to some fantastic visitor attractions.
In recent years the Welsh government has invested substantially in tourism. This has been a fantastic boost to the industry and has further enhanced Wales reputation as an outstanding destination for your holidays. Visit Wales is the official consumer website for tourism in Wales and holds a wealth of information on the attractions on offer. We’ve pulled out some of our favourites here.
Set off directly from your caravan to tackle some of the local footpaths and bridleways which wind their way around the peaks on both sides of the valley. If you manage to exhaust all of those then jump in the car for a short drive and open up everything that the surrounding area has to offer including the renowned Snowdonia National Park. If you prefer to hit the trails on a bike then you’ve got numerous locations that suit all abilities nearby from gentle family friendly cycling around Lake Vyrnwy to the notoriously extreme Revolution Bike Park.
The welsh countryside is stunning. Parc Farm and Minafon Caravan Parks are situated right in the heart of it. We have fantastic panoramic views at both of the caravan parks and with the likes of Pistyll Rhaeadr, the tallest waterfall in Wales nearby, you have the chance to truly marvel at the beautiful Welsh landscape.
With the River Tanat running right through both the caravan parks you have a few hundred meters of double bank fishing to enjoy. If you’re looking for something a little less relaxed then you can even get your kayak out or just go for a splash. For more substantial water sport activities look no further than Lake Vyrnwy or Bala. With wide ranging options including canoeing, kayaking, sailing, gorge walking, and white water rafting they’ve got everything you need covered.
Companies such as Zip World who originally started with the fastest zip line in the world have expanded to offer numerous other activities from cavern explorations, to underground trampolines, quarry carts and forest rollercoasters.
Picturesque market towns like Welshpool, Bala and Oswestry. Majestic castles including Powis and Chirk, ancient churches, steam railways at Llanfair Careinion and even the Snowdon Mountain Railway that takes you to the top of mount Snowdon itself. The jaw dropping dam at Lake Vyrnwy. There are coastal towns such as Barmouth around an hour away. The Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT) in the Dyfi Biosphere. The list goes on and on with something to suit all tastes.
A static caravan can provide the ideal base for you to explore all that Wales has to offer. If you want your own holiday home here we'd be happy to help you with that just get in touch or take a look at our sales page to see what we have available.