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What makes Wales such a special holiday destination? Well the scenery for one thing, it's arguably the most varied, peaceful and unspoilt in the UK. With immense mountains, lonely lakes and golden-hued beaches that seemingly stretch into infinity, Wales holidays offer the perfect playground for every type of outdoor pursuit.

Then there's Wales' rich history. There are hundreds of Norman and medieval castles here, many of which occupy evocative locations and remain remarkably intact.

Add in some fun-filled Victorian seaside resorts, a choice of steam railway attractions and some up-and-coming cities and you have everything you could ever need for an unforgettable holiday in Wales.

Reasons to Visit Wales

  • 45 Blue Flag accredited beaches across the country
  • The craggy peaks of Eryri (Snowdonia) or the wilds of Bannau Brycheiniog (Brecon Beacons)
  • Don't forget to add laverbread to your breakfast for a true Welsh twist!
  • Five holiday parks in Wales to choose from
  • Mountainous adventures or seaside fun - the little ones will love Wales!
A horse riding school trekking along Pendine Sands Beach in Wales

Breathtaking Beaches

Wales’ wealth of spotless Blue Flag beaches makes it an ideal destination for a bucket and spade getaway. South Wales holidays aren’t complete without a visit to the chic town of Tenby, with its pastel-coloured houses and historic lifeboat station providing the perfect location for a fine day’s sightseeing alongside a pristine beach.

For true escapists, the small village of Aberporth on Cardigan Bay offers golden sands in a stunning and secluded spot - perfect if you’re on the hunt for some much-needed rest and relaxation. If space is what you’re searching for, the seven miles of unspoilt seaside at Pendine Sands should be more than enough for any kind of beach activity!

An aerial view of the ancient ruins of Conwy Castle in Wales

History & Culture

Wales has a wealth of castles begging to be explored, with arguably the most impressive fortification being the multi-turreted Conwy Castle, originally built by Edward I in the 13th century, this is an unmissable and imposing piece of history.

Further south, Laugharne Castle is a medieval ruin brimming with character - a must visit if you’re staying at Carmarthen Bay. In terms of Roman activity in Wales, the best place to experience this is Caerleon Fortress in Newport, which also features a preserved bathhouse and amphitheatre.

Children driving around the track on Moon Karts at Greenwood Family Park in Wales

Family Fun

A true family-friendly experience that’s sure to thrill and excite the little ones, GreenWood Family Park was voted one of Wales’ best family attractions. Featuring a gentle roller coaster, live theatre shows and a barefoot trail through the woods, it’s more than enough to exhaust even the most lively families.

Heading south, prehistoric family fun is in abundance at The Dinosaur Park in Pembrokeshire, which has rides, food and a super-spooky dinosaur trail through the forest!

A row of bikes parked on the grass

Outdoors & Adventure

As a country with an abundance of coastline, there’s plenty to do water sports wise in Wales. Sailing and kayaking are available at Plas Menai - the National Outdoor Centre for Wales, which is only a short distance away from the pretty, largely Welsh-speaking town of Caernarfon.

If you want a high-speed Eryri (Snowdonia) experience, then plan a visit to the Coed y Brenin mountain biking centre in the midst of the National Park, one of the many trail centres across the country that caters for hardcore MTB fans and beginners alike.

A family enjoying drinks on the terrace at Deli on the Deck at Trecco Bay Holiday Park in Wales

Treat Yourself

There are plenty of small-scale restaurants all serving excellent food along the south coast of Wales. Our pick for a relaxed meal in Tenby is the Lighthouse Kitchen, which is one of the most highly rated restaurants in the region, offering locally caught seafood every day.

There’s a number of food options on park, too, with Trecco Bay Holiday Park boasting Prego’s Pizzeria for Italian tastes, the Legend’s Diner for American style cuisine and the Deli on the Deck for a more relaxed dining option.

A mountain lake set high up in the hills of Snowdonia National Park

Stunning Scenery

Watching the sun rise over Carmarthen Bay is a unique way to start the day, and just one of the many beautiful views available to see in and around the Parkdean Resorts holiday parks in Wales.

Exploring the craggy cliffs of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is a memorable way to soak up the scenery and see Wales at its best. Heading up the coast, Devil’s Bridge Falls is an unmissable sight set in the Vale of Rheidol, just outside Aberystwyth and close to Brynowen Holiday Park. So, whether it’s sea views or wild countryside, Wales caters for all tastes!

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