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South Wales Caravan Site (Llwynifan Farm)

Carmarthenshire, Wales Show on map

  • Last booked 12 hours ago
  • Centrally located to visit any attraction in South and West Wales
  • Heated facilities
  • Adults-only and dog-friendly
from £25.00 per night
from £20.00 per night

Dolbryn Campsite

Carmarthenshire, Wales Show on map

  • Last booked 1 hour ago
  • Located in a peaceful and secluded spot in the Teifi Valley
  • Acres of woodland, lakes, vineyard and wild flowers
  • Facilities such as free hot showers, doggy day kennel and more

West Wales

Campsites in West Wales welcome thousands of tourists every year, yet this beautiful area never loses its charm and natural beauty. It embraces the extensive coastline from Aberdyfi to Cardigan with over 50 miles of sandy beaches and scenic coastal paths to enjoy.

Things to do from your West Wales Holiday Park

West Wales is perfect for camping and caravan holidays with fresh sea air, forest walks and delightful towns. There are plenty of attractions and activities, making West Wales a haven for families, walkers, mountain bikers and those in search of a peaceful escape.

Popular West Wales attractions include Cardigan Castle and Cardigan Island Coastal Farm Park. Try your hand at archery, horse riding, kayaking, sea fishing or take a guided adventure tour that includes eight waterfalls! Head into the Brecon Beacons National Park for even more adrenalin adventures such as gorge scrambling or hiking up Pen y Fan, the highest point in southern Britain. The Ceredigion Coast Path and the Dylan Thomas Trail provide more days out from your West Wales caravan park or well-appointed holiday lodge.

Top beaches for campers in West Wales include the National Trust-managed Mwnt Beach and Poppit Sands with its lifeboat station and car park. Other attractions include a tour of a gin distillery with tasting at Cardigan’s Welsh Wind distillery.

Theatres, markets and museums provide more things to do on a cultural weekend break in West Wales. Book quirky glamping accommodation in Aberystwyth and visit the Ceredigion Museum and National Library of Wales. There’s also a Museum of Power for tech-minded campers. History lovers will enjoy a visit to Strata Flora Abbey, Cwmystwyth Mines and the Vale of Rheidol Heritage Steam Railway.

Coast and country campsites

This area of Carmarthenshire and Ceredigion is popular for touring caravans and campervans as it provides the best opportunity to explore the many towns and villages in the scenic area of West Wales.

Family friendly campsites and pet-friendly accommodation along the West Wales coast make this a mecca for summer holidays. Splash out on a campsite or caravan park just steps from the beach or wake up to sea views from your glamping lodge or cottage with decadent private hot tub.

Well-managed campsites in West Wales have clean modern facilities that go beyond the basics to include swimming pools, adventure playgrounds, onsite restaurants and entertainment. Whether you are looking for a flat tent pitch for a night or two or a luxury glamping lodge with hot tub, West Wales will not disappoint.

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