A short drive from Chester's Roman ruins and surrounded by the rolling green fields of the Welsh Hills, Wrexham has one foot in Wales and another in England.
There's plenty of history to explore, such as the Pontsysllte Aqueduct, the Valley Crucis Abbey, and the National Trust's Erddig Hall. Shoppers can browse the arcades and markets in Wrexham Town, while families will enjoy Ty Mawr Country Park and the secrets of Caergrwle Castle.
With so much to see, it's no wonder North Wales' largest town is so popular. Use our search tool to find the best Wrexham static caravan parks.