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West Wales

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Made up of Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire, West Wales is one of the most stunning areas in the British Isles.

It's home to the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park with over 190 miles of rugged coastline, as well as a whole host of activities to enjoy, from basking on some of the best beaches in Britain to relaxing strolls along cliff tops and coves.

Vale Holiday Parks in West Wales

From rare wildlife spotting to high-octane activities like surfing and coasteering. the West Wales coast has it all! Venture inland, and the fun doesn’t stop. The region is fortunate to have many charming and historic towns, villages and castles dotted around the beautiful countryside. It’s no wonder holidaymakers enjoy coming to West Wales year after year.

 

We’re lucky enough to have six fantastic holiday parks around Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire ini West Wales.

 

Self-Catering Holidays 

Cross Park is our 5-star Holiday Village just a few miles from the coast, making it the perfect base to explore award-winning beaches and long coastal walks in Wales' only coastal national park. Woodland Vale Holiday Park is set around a small lake in the quaint village of Ludchurch, just a few miles away from the beaches, restaurants, castles, leisure activities and fantastic shopping in Narberth.

As well as these, just a mile from the River Cleddau at Landshipping in central West Wales, New Park Landshipping is set in 22 acres of countryside, perfect for friends and families that appreciate the peace and quiet this beautiful countryside setting has to offer. Finally, towards the north Pembrokeshire coast is Fishguard Holiday Park, on the corner of the town of Fishguard and all it's amenities.

 

Touring Holidays

The Old Vicarage Holiday Park is ideal for touring caravans and is located in the bordering county of Carmarthenshire in the village of Red Roses. It’s a fantastic location for visiting the beaches in Amroth or the historical town of Carmarthen to the east.

Grondre Holiday Park is our premier touring park and is right on the border between West Wales and Carmarthenshire, which means that it’s ideally located for all the fabulous attractions and breathtaking scenery the region has to offer. Grondre is perfect for families and couples who are looking to escape from it all and have a quiet, relaxing break.

 

Our holiday parks in West Wales

  • Cross Park Holiday Village - 5-star Holiday Park, with all the park facilities you could wish for, just a few miles from the famous Tenby beaches. 

    Stay at Cross Park Holiday Village

  • Woodland Vale Holiday Park - family-friendly and set around a small lake in the tranquil village of Ludchurch. Close to Narberth for fantastic shopping.

    Visit Woodland Vale Holiday Park

  • Fishguard Holiday Park - this family-friendly holiday park is located in the seaside resort town of Fishguard, on the Pembrokeshire coast looking out over Cardigan Bay.

    Visit Fishguard Holiday Park

  • The Old Vicarage Holiday Park -touring park in the village of Red Roses with stunning views of the surrounding Carmarthenshire countryside. Close to Amroth beaches and Carmarthen.

    Stay at The Old Vicarage Holiday Park

  • Grondre Holiday Park - 4-star Holiday Park ideally located for exploring West Wales Quiet, relaxing and set up nicely for tourers.

    Stay at Grondre Holiday Park

  • New Park Landshipping - centrally located in West Wales, just a short drive from Narberth and within one mile of the river Cleddau at Landshipping. Peaceful and relaxing atmosphere.

    Visit New Park Landshipping

Frequently Asked Questions

  • QWhat are the best beaches in West Wales?

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    The best beaches in West Wales are:

    • North Beach, Tenby
    • Broadhaven South, Broad Haven
    • Monkstone Beach, Tenby
    • Harbour Beach, Fishguard
    • Saundersfoot Beach, Saundersfoot
    • Marloes Sands, Marloes
    • Whitesands Bay, Pembrokeshire Coast Path
    • Freshwater West Beach, Castlemartin
    • Castle Beach, Tenby
    • Barafundle Bay, Stackpole
  • QWhat are the best free attractions to visit in West Wales?

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    The best free attractions to visit in West Wales are:

    • Stackpole Nature Reserve 
    • Llys y Fran Country Park and Reservoir

    • RNLI Lifeboat Station, Tenby

    • Preseli Hills

    • The Wildlife Trust of West and South Wales

    Visit our blog best free attractions to visit in West Wales

  • QWhat are the best coastal activities in West Wales?

    A

    The best coastal activities in West Wales are:

    • Walking
    • Surfing
    • Coasteering
    • Sailing
  • QWhat are the most popular things to do in West Wales with kid?

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    The most popular things to do in West Wales with kids are:

    • Tenby Castle beach
    • Blue Lagoon Water Park
    • Folly Farm
    • RNLI Lifeboat Station, Tenby
    • National Botanic Garden of Wales
    • Amroth Beach
  • QWhat is the national park called in West Wales?

    A

    The national park in West Wales is called the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park

  • QHow long is the Pembrokeshire coastal path?

    A

    The Pembrokeshire coastal path is 186 miles (299km) long, making up part of the full Wales Coast Path which is  870 miles long

Things to do in West Wales

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    Tenby

    Tenby in Pembrokeshire is an idyllic seaside town and harbour steeped in ancient history. Famous for its 13th-century medieval stone walls and long sandy beaches. You have to include Castle Beach on your ‘things to do’ list! It’s a cliff backed sandy beach with the ruins of Tenby Castle rising high on a headland - simply spectacular.

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    Blue Lagoon Water Park

    Who doesn’t love a water park? The Blue Lagoon Water Park is a great day out for all the family and is centrally located in Pembrokeshire, close to our holiday parks. Suitable for all ages with breathtaking rides, rapid rivers and flumes, relaxing pools and spas, plus special areas just for kids. The main feature is the fantastic Blue Lagoon wave pool with a gently sloping beach. Even better - it’s mainly indoors, so keeping warm isn't an issue! Plus it can stay open until 9pm in peak season.

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    Pembrokeshire Coast National Park

    A visit to West Wales wouldn't be complete without a trip to the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Take a walk along the Wales Coast Path which stretches out for 189 miles along the whole coast. Explore the beautiful beaches, soak up the spectacular cliff-top views, learn about the wildlife and history of the region. Plus, as well as walking, there are many coastal activities to get your adrenaline juices flowing, including surfing, coasteering and sailing.

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