Hi............ Adventure and Imagine this holiday. What are you doing when you wanna go to holiday, this time go to Wales. 

Warm, welcoming, wonderful... South Wales

 That is the firs title when you visit the website holiday park in wales 'Croeso I Gymru', as they say in this beautiful part of the country. 'Welcome to Wales' and all that it has to offer... from the rugged cliffs of the stunning Glamorgan Heritage Coastline, to the miles of sandy beaches in total contrast... from the peace and quiet of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park to the vibrant shopping and buzzing nightlife of colourful Cardiff. Everyday there's a fabulous new location or attraction to discover in Wales.  
Attractions in Wales
  Trecco Bay is one of the UK's largest holiday parks, offering non-stop fun. You can even walk to Porthcawl from Trecco Bay's Blue Flag beach. Pendine Sands is an ideal base for exploring Carmarthenshire, Pembrokeshire, the walled town of Tenby and the village of Laugharne, home of the famous Welsh poet Dylan Thomas.
 Local Attractions  
1. Museum of Welsh Life One of Europe's biggest and most exciting open-air museums, set in 100 acres of beautiful parkland.

 2. Coity Castle Although originally established soon after 1100, much of the castle dates from the 14th century and later.

3. Heatherton Whether you want a relaxing or an adrenalin-fuelled, extreme adventure day, Heatherton has it all.

in Wales There are a huge range of beaches in Wales many of which are only a short drive from our holidays parks. But how do you choose? Well we have put together a list of our favourite Welsh beaches to help make it easier for you.

North Beach,

Tenby This beach is one of Tenby's finest beaches with its golden stretch of sandy beach, dotted with occasional rock pools. The beach holds an EC Blue Flag award and the water quality is excellent, complying with EC guideline standards.

 Oxwich Bay,
Gower Oxwich Bay is one of Gower's most popular beaches, with good access, plenty of parking, shops and two and half miles of golden sand backed by sand dunes, salt marshes and woodland. It is a haven for all types of watersports including, diving, sailing, water-skiing and windsurfing, with a slipway to the beach. Rhossili Bay, Gower The is one of South Wales largest and most popular beaches, the bay stretches for over three miles, has several surfing schools providing lessons during the summer. Castle Beach, Tenby Castle Beach lies in the cove between Castle Hill and the East Cliff. At low tides it is possible to walk out to St. Catherine's island, but take care that the tide does not cut you off. Pendine Sands beach, Pendine The sand at this beach is about as good as it gets. This beach was used to stage five successful World Land Speed Records in the 1920's at speeds of around 170mph. The beach is busy at weekends and for Bank holidays and becomes hugely popular with families. The beach is a short walk form Pendine Sands Holiday Park.  

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