SOME IDEAS OF WHERE TO STAY AND WHAT TO SEE AROUND WALES
*Mount Snowdon is the highest mountain in Wales. Walk up to the peak – or take the train.
*Pembrokeshire is undoubtedly the foodie capital of Wales. The walled town of Tenby, on its south coast, boasts both North and South beaches, a huge indoor market and Fecci’s for fish and chips. And a Blues Festival every November. There’s also the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, running some 186 miles and taking in 58 beaches and 14 harbours. Don’t worry, it also has an interactive, dedicated bus service.
*Capital Cardiff really comes alive when there are international rugby matches at its Millennium Stadium. Stay at Cardiff Caravan and Camping Park and you can catch the boat from Bute Park into the city centre, or keep going all the way out to Cardiff Bay, massively regenerated from its days as a port, and home to the Dr Who Experience.
TRY SOMETHING A BIT DIFFERENT...
Fancy a bit of a laugh? Check out the Machynlleth Comedy Festival. It takes place every May and this time around (2015) one of the acts was in a caravan holiday-home!
Find more ideas for places to visit in Wales on our blog. Planning a visit for St David's Day? Celebrate with our pitch guide to some of the most beautiful spots in this spectacular part of the British Isles.