Peaks, valleys, cliffs and beaches
There are many things people enjoy about owning a static caravan in Wales - whether it’s as a holiday base or somewhere to stay longer term.
There’s so much variety here in the principality, from sandy strands to craggy cliffs, the peaks of Snowdonia to the valleys of Glamorgan. Choose the isle of Anglesey or the meandering pathways of Pembrokeshire as your base. One thing is for certain: there’s a lot to take in.
We haven’t even mentioned the Iron Ring of medieval castles in the north, including Conwy, Caernarvon and Harlech. Or the quirky Italianate architecture of Portmeirion. Or, for that matter, the wealth of sea angling spots around Swansea and the Gower peninsula.
Whether you’re looking for the perfect pitch for your family holidays or a peaceful haven retreat, you’ll find a welcome in the hillsides, seaside resorts, villages and cities of Wales.
Use our search tool, and you’ll see that the perfect caravan park is waiting for you, whichever Welsh paradise you’ve set your heart on.
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