Travelling around Wales with a caravan or motorhome is such a great way to soak up the beauty and heritage of the country. With epic scenery all across the land, we've got idyllic stops in every corner. Whether you're a walker or a windsurfer, the wealth of Welsh caravan sites always ensure excellent facilities and welcoming hosts. Take a look at some of your options.

Caravanning in South & West Wales

Llandow
Llandow Caravan Park, near the market town of Cowbridge and the Glamorgan Heritage Coast, has been keeping holidayers relaxed for more than 20 years.

Bridgend
Our Welsh offers room for 60 pitches on a working sheep farm. The site is next to the Ogwr Fach river and surrounded by native trees. It is well-located, about 18 miles from Cardiff and under 30 miles from Swansea.

Gower
Three Cliffs Bay campsite sits on top of a hill and takes its name from the glorious bay it overlooks. Access to the bay is just a short walk away, with the rest of the Gower Peninsula Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty to explore nearby too.

Three Cliffs Bay, Gower, from above.
Three Cliffs Bay, Gower, West Wales

St Davids
If you want to stop in the smallest city in the UK and wander around St Davids, spend a few nights at Caerfai Bay, a Welsh Campsite of the Year winner with formidable views out to sea. As well as being in an area of pilgrimage and near the birthplace of the patron saint of Wales, its waters are frequented by grey Atlantic seals.

Broad Haven
Creampots caravan park is well-located for those wanting to be centrally placed in Pembrokeshire. With beaches on tap and boat trips to see the puffins of Skomer Island available nearby, there is so much to do, see and try in the vicinity of the 61-pitch park.

Tenby
Well Park is a Wales-in-Bloom-winning caravan park between Tenby and Saundersfoot. Created with an eye for landscaping, the park is a peaceful green haven with rockeries, lawns, flower beds and trees. There are seven beaches within two miles of it and a hidden cove a short walk away.

For even more suggestions of places to pitch, use our accommodation search.

The header image is of Three Cliffs Bay park.

A small boy paddling in the sea at Saundersfoot.
Puffin on Skomer Island
Caerfai cove and beach, St. Davids
Beach fun in Saundersfoot, a Skomer Island puffin and watersports in Caerfai cove

Caravanning in Mid Wales

Hay-on-Wye
Anchorage is a family-run caravan and camping park in Bronllys, near the seam between England and Wales. It has large lawns and quality on-site facilities, not to mention spectacular views of the Black Mountains. The site is just seven miles from the beautiful Town of Books that is Hay-on-Wye.

Brecon
Pencelli Castle Park is a fine place to explore the breathtaking Brecon Beacons or the Taff Cycle Trail from. The serviced pitches are near a village pub and neighbouring red deer on a farm. 

Usk
Pont Kemys Caravan and Camping Park by the River Usk is one of the best places to pull up in Monmouthshire. The eight-acre site near Usk has plenty of room, and there's a dog exercise area if you're planning to bring a pet along for the ride! The lovely market town of Abergavenny is seven miles away.

River Usk, Brecon in low light.
River Usk, Brecon

Caravanning in North Wales

Pwllheli
Hafan y Mor is set within a 500-acre site on the edge of Snowdonia National Park. Along with 75 pitches for caravans, there's direct access to two beaches, boating facilities, a swimming pool complex and go-karting to name but a few of its attractions.

Porthmadog
Greenacres holiday park runs alongside the two-mile long Blue Flag beach, Black Rock Sands, with the Tremadog Bay as its shadow. There are sand dunes bursting with wildflowers at the nearby nature reserve, on-site swimming and leisure facilities and lots of opportunities for family fun.

Anglesey
On the isle of Anglesey, there are lots of caravan parks to choose from. Nant Newydd prides itself on its unspoilt sense of peace, Home Farm has plenty of play areas and Minffordd is beside the maritime village of Moelfre.

Wrexham
Plassey Holiday Park in the Dee Valley used to be a dairy farm, but has since been converted into a family-friendly leisure park. Facilities include a swimming pool, a golf course, a retail centre and more.

Black Rock Sands and Borth y Gest from above.
Black Rock Sands and Borth y Gest, Porthmadog