Plenty to Discover From a Wales Caravan Holiday

March 19, 2013 at 12:52 pm | Posted in Family Holidays | Leave a comment
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If the daily urban grind is getting you down, and the glimpses of spring we’ve had peeking through the lingering winter gloom are making you impatient for a summer that seems further away than ever, then a weekend break amongst the lush green valleys of Wales is just the tonic for you.

Spilling onto the beautiful, clean sand of Pendine Beach, of all the Parkdean sites in the UK the Pendine Sands Holiday Park is the pick of the bunch. Even a moment’s walk from the first-class accommodation and facilities of the park will leave the hurly burly of civilisation far behind you, and nothing but the breathtaking Welsh coast to return you to your senses.

The sands are 7km of smooth, clean, sandy beach of Carmarthen Bay on the Welsh south coast. Famed the world over as a rare stretch of smooth, firm and unbroken ground, Pendine secured it’s place in the history books as the scene of Malcolm Campbell’s land speed record winning race. The Museum of Speed in nearby Pendine Village has been well stocked by the beach over the years, offering a unique experience of world history, as well as something special for visiting petrol heads.

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Places to Take All the Family

Long, restorative walking routes along the pristine rugged coastline are in abundance around Camarthen, and a stay in a Parkdean caravan means each one starts right at your doorstep.

Refuel at Pendine Sands’ very own Duck Inn pub, with its sunny beer garden, our traditional Fish n Chips shop, or the Barnacles Beachside Cafe, looking onto the beautiful and open sands.

It would be cruel not to bring the family along, too. With so much to do nearby, Pendine Sands is the perfect accommodation and base for a longer holiday. With the Laugharne Castle atop the cliffs overlooking the park, it is a natural first stop, and from the breathtaking views you can plan the rest of your stay. The National Botanic gardens are a little inland, and the bustling nightlife and shopping of Swansea stands just along the bay, opposite the pristine and idyllic Tenby Harbour and Saundersfoot. Also nearby are Heatherton Adventure Park and Oakwood Theme Park, with the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park within and easy day-trip distance.

If all of this sounds up your tree, be sure to book your Wales caravan holidays soon – not only to avoid disappointment, but to take advantage of our fantastic low deposit offers.

 

This is a guest post provided by Parkdean. I stick to the Bloggers with Integrity code to only post relevant content that I find useful and interesting and to disclose where content has been provided.

 

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