Top 10 Destinations - Wales
Wales is a country full of spectacular coastlines and mountain ranges. Couple this with urban cities and you have the ideal destination for a campervan trip.
10. Tintern Abbey
The Abbey that inspired a Wordsworth poem, Tintern Abbey is one of the best preserved ruins in the UK. Its grand arches make for spectacular viewing and a real feeling of history resonates through its walls.
This coastal city is Wales' second largest behind the capital. There are plenty of things to do in the city including a new waterpark, you can spend the day shopping or take a stroll to the harbour. For those travellers who still want the urban environment, Swansea makes a worthy visit.
An island situated at the very north west of Wales, Anglesey is a great place to see. Our highlight of Anglesey is the South Stack Lighthouse and surrounding views of Anglesey’s fantastic coast line.
7. Brecon Beacons
This beautiful mountain range in the south of Wales is host to some of the best views the country has to offer. With 6 mountain peaks it is the perfect place for walkers in both Summer and Winter.
6. Caernarfon Castle
One of the UK’s best examples of a medieval castle, Caernarfon Castle still stands today as it did hundreds of years ago. Wander it's walls and take a trip back in time. Situated on the waterfront and looking across to Anglesey, it's a definite stopping-off point for anyone exploring North Wales.
This village in North Wales was built between 1925 and 1975 in the style of an Italian village. This gives it a truly unique feel and there is nowhere really quite like it in the UK so take a walk through its winding streets and marvel at the colourful and eccentric buildings.
The capital city of Wales is proud of its countries culture, and combines historic buildings with modern areas to suit everyone. Cardiff is full of attractions for everyone and is definitely worth a visit, national rugby games in the city’s Millennium Stadium are always a spectacle.
Wales is not short of breath-taking views, and a huge number of them can be found is this spectacular mountain range. Mount Snowdon is the highest point in England and Wales and is a fantastic, if tiring walk. For those who want to relax more than exercise, there’s a convenient train that runs to a café at the summit.
2. Lake Vyrnwy
Located just on the edge of the Snowdonia national park, This lake has the backdrop of the beautiful Berwyn Mountains and is a great place to spend some time relaxing and walking the paths to the nearby waterfall.
1. The Gower
The Gower Peninsula is a short drive from nearby Swansea and our number one place to visit in Wales. There’s something for everyone; fantastic beaches for the kids, stunning scenery for the adults and it’s even a renowned area for surfers. Make this a destination on your trip and you won’t be disappointed.