Wales is one of the most popular holiday destinations in the world with it’s 1000 miles of coastline and beautiful landscapes. See below some holiday inspiration for an epic trip to Wales!

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park

This National park may be one of the smallest in the UK but it is by far one of the most beautiful covering almost all of the Pembrokeshire coast. The Pembrokeshire Coast is popular with walkers, cyclists, surfers, kayakers and sailors with stunning wildlife and scenery and a range of beaches suitable for water activities. There are 69 Motorhome parks located in Pembrokeshire.


Snowdonia is Britan’s third largest National Parks. Taking the mountain paths will give you with stunning views of the villages and scenery down below. Whether you want to tackle the 1,085m peak of Snowdon on foot or take a relaxing train ride to the summit, it is well worth exploring this area. Snowdonia is scattered with many quaint café’s when you want to stop for a break.

The Brecon Beacons

The Brecon Beacons is known for it’s huge, green open spaces and miles of magnificent walking and cycling. Whether you wish to take a lesiurely, scenic stroll or an energetic ramble, you’re guaranteed to find a walk to suit your needs. The cycling trails have lots of different terrain to explore with routes suitable for the experienced cyclist as well as family friendly routes. Take a pit stop at one of the traditional Welsh cafes and tuck into some authentic Welsh food.