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Camping in South Wales

15 campsites in Wales, South Wales

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Pandy Caravan and Motorhome Club site is a level, luscious green site, scattered with impressive mature trees, located at the western boundary of the River...

Tredegar House Caravan and Motorhome Club site is ideally situated for breaking a journey or for more extended stays. It can accommodate 85 units, all...

Gowerton Caravan and Motorhome Club site is ideally placed to visit this 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty'. With beaches that are clean, sandy and safe...

This site is in an ideal situation for beach lovers or those who simply want to enjoy a superb coastal view. A large courtyard with...

Major works are currently underway on this site so at present no pitches are available for touring units however 3 hard standings are planned. This...

You'll receive a very warm welcome from the site managers Tim & Kristy, who took over in 2020. This is no longer a small rural...

This family run park is located in a village four miles from Monmouth. The Bridge Caravan Park was established in 1979, being a working farm...

Ty Coch have been welcoming campers for over 10 years and you will quickly discover that the owners are passionate about hospitality and really enjoy...

Llandow Caravan Park is in a fairly secluded rural area in the beautiful Vale of Glamorgan. You will receive a very warm welcome from the...

Happy Jakes is a rural quiet site with 30 touring pitches, one fully serviced, super pitch for an RV-type vehicle, and 15 pitches for tents...

Run by the city council, this popular site is set within acres of parkland, one mile from the city centre, ideal for visiting the many...

Pitton Cross is only a mile from Rhossili Village and its beach which, often voted “The Best Beach in the UK”, is great for surfing...

Glen Trothy is a pretty park on the banks of the River Trothy and visitors are greeted by an array of colourful flowerbeds and tubs...

Pont Kemys is an attractive, peaceful touring park neatly arranged on the banks of the River Usk, only four miles from the town of the...

Set alongside a working organic farm, mainly arable during the summer months, this ten-acre campsite covers three level, well manicured fields. The 251 pitches, 7...

South Wales

This is a beautiful part of Wales, with traditional market towns, stunning landscapes, canal paths, castles and plenty of family attractions. The scenery here is both beautiful and diverse - rolling countryside and valleys, wide open spaces and the wild beauty of the waterfalls and caves. The Gower Peninsula is both beautiful and unspoilt, there are many historic features located over an area that measures just sixteen miles by seven miles wide.