If you are the outdoors type of person then touring round Wales in a campervan should be right up your street. Pick up your campervan from our depot at Cardiff airport and head west towards the Pembrokeshire Coast and head for the delightful town of Tenby just under two hours away. This town is ideal for a relaxing walk along the golden sands even in winter, the pastel coloured houses and shops make this an idyllic stop on your tour of Wales.
Just 3 miles drive from Tenby is an ideal camp site called Whitewell Holiday Park which is two minute’s walk from Lydstep Beach. On site there are washing and drying facilities, an onsite games room and bar. This site is perfect for the kids with lots of space to run around and have fun.
Make your way round the Pembrokeshire coast towards the picturesque city of St David’s the smallest city in the UK. It was given city status by the Queen due to its cathedral but is only a small village in its own right. Whitesand’s Bay is a European blue flag award winning beach and is loved by families and surfers alike.
The nearest camp site to St David’s is Coastal Stay campsite. It is open all year round, it offers an onsite shop, electric hook up points and has a café/restaurant if you don’t fancy cooking. Before setting off in your campervan why not take advantage of the cooked breakfast you get included in the price of your stay.
Jump in your campervan and head a few hours north to the wonderful coastal town of Barmouth. Barmouth’s location on the west coast of North Wales and lying between a mountain range and the sea on the mouth of the river Mawddach is arguably one of the most beautiful locations in Wales. It rests just within the south west corner of Snowdonia National Park and has a rich history with connections to the shipping and slate industries. Whilst in Barmouth take an early evening stroll across the bridge over the estuary.
The nearest campsite to Barmouth is Hendre Mynach Caravan Park. The site is the closest to the town centre and is only 100m from the Blue flag award winning sandy beach. It has electric hook up pitches, hard standing and grass pitches. On site there are laundry facilities a children’s playground, shop and shower facilities. This site is perfect for walkers with fantastic views over Snowdonia National Park.
Jump in your campervan and head up to the lovely seaside town of Llandudno you will pass through the Snowdonia national park on your way up to this gem on the north coast. Take a tram ride up the Great Orme and take in the magnificent views over the Irish Sea and over Conwy Castle.
A campsite ideally located for Llandudno is Dinarth Hall campsite. This site is within walking distance of the promenade and has all the facilities you would need to have an enjoyable evenings stay in your campervan. They have electric hook up points, playground for the kids, laundry and shower facilities.
Your last stop off on your mini tour of wales in your campervan is deep in the welsh countryside in the quaint little village of Builth Wells. This lovely little village situated on the River Wye is a perfect last stop off in your campervan. It is a quieter pace of life and you can relax in one of the many pubs and cafes watching the world away. Treat yourself to one of the fine pastries from the local bakery.
Your campsite for your last night is White House Campsite on the banks of the River Wye. The site is ideally located close to the town centre and is within walking (or stumbling) distance of your campervan. The site has toilet and shower facilities and has hook up should you require it.
Once you’ve woke from your slumber get packed away and head back through the wonderful rolling hills of the Brecon Beacons towards Cardiff(make sure to stop off and get some fantastic photos) to drop off your campervan to our dedicated staff member.
If you would like to book one of our campervans then contact us on 01942 778899 or visit easicampervan.com and we can help you with your booking request.