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BH&HPA member caravan parks offer the quality surroundings demanded by modern touring caravan and motorhome customers. You will find many providing a wide range of facilities for touring caravans and motorhomes - from swimming pools and clubs to supermarkets and cafes - to others offering just peace and quiet amid stunning away-from-it-all countryside. Always expect, though, a warm welcome and first-class value.

Areas of interest include:

Isle of Anglesey
The Isle of Anglesey is a stunning region, shaped by wild and beautiful beaches and cliffs. For active and more restful holidays alike, the varied coastline provides an ideal location for water sports, boat trips, freshwater fishing and enchanting sea life.

North Wales coast
Seven miles of impeccable golden coastline shape the beguiling coastal resorts of Northern Wales. Named as an ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’ this captivating region offers both traditional seaside resorts and the untamed beauty of Snowdonia.

North Wales coast inland
Inland North of Wales is both captivatingly beautiful and quintessentially Welsh. Envisage enchanting paths through the countryside dotted with pretty market towns, magnificent castles and award winning attractions. A unique and unforgettable place.

Snowdonia, with its breathtaking beauty and captivating scenery, offers the highest mountains in both England and Wales. The stunning Heritage coastline is renowned as one of the most glorious in Britain.

Mid Wales and Brecon Beacons
A captivating juxtaposition of rolling countryside and wild mountainous beauty await every visitor to Mid Wales and the Brecon Beacons. Enjoy a peaceful stroll around the many delightful market towns, or a scramble on one of the famous Elan Valley mountain ranges.

The region of Ceredigion has been one of the last to retain the Welsh language and many of its traditions. Dominated by the spectacular heather-swept peaks of the Plynlimon mountains, the region offers a unique space to explore and relax.

The stunning Pembrokeshire coastline surrounds the region on all but one side. The entirety of this magnificent area has been awarded National Park status, and encompasses over fifty beaches, the cleanest and most beautiful in the UK.

The charming region of Carmarthenshire has so much to offer, including possibly the largest family of sheep in all of Wales! The county is famous for its fantastic golf and cycling holidays, where wide skies and fresh air ensure a wonderfully revitalising experience.

Swansea Bay
For a unique opportunity to experience vibrant culture in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the region of Swansea Bay is not to be missed. The ‘Waterfall Country’ of Mumbles offers some of the finest coastline on the Gower Peninsula.

South Wales
The Valleys of South Wales are known for their breathtaking scenery and warmth of welcome. The vertiginous mountains are a Mecca for adrenaline seeking bikers and climbers, surrounded by a wealth of magnificent and reputedly haunted medieval castles.

A region praised by artists and writers alike, the Glamorgan Heritage Coast and Countryside offers an abundance of secluded beaches and romantic coastal paths. A visit to one of the famous fish n’ chip restaurants of Porthcawl is an absolute must.

Wye Valley
The Wye Valley and Vale of Usk are both stunningly picturesque and welcoming, qualities that belie the bloody history of border warfare that raged there for centuries. This charming region is now famous for its magnificent scenery and diverse culture.

Cardiff, the capital of Wales, is a beguiling city of contrast. Historic buildings and innovative architecture sit comfortably side by side, as both the mythical Welsh culture and bustle of modern life combine to create an unforgettable holiday experience.

Also of interest might be information on England, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

Caravan parks in Wales

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