Wales Tourism Week

Wales Tourism Week

15 - 19 May 2023

Anglesey, Wales. Member photo by Ricky Bowman

Wales Tourism Week celebrates the exciting and vibrant tourism sector by showcasing the quality of Wales' tourism to both domestic and international tourists.

Lady Margaret's Park visit

Lady Margaret's Park Club Campsite in Wrexham, welcomed Ken Stakes, MS.

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St David's Lleithyr Meadow visit

St David's Lleithyr Meadow Club Campsite welcomed Paul Davies, MS.

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Freshwater East visit

Freshwater East Club Campsite welcomed Samuel Kurtz, MS.

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Member photo by Ricky Bowman

Situated in the north west of Wales, Anglesey is primarily a farming area and is connected to the mainland by two bridges. It also hosts the village with the longest name in Europe.

Near to Penrhos Club Campsite


Photo by Glenda Harber

Known as The Garden of Wales, the county of Carmarthenshire has a mix of coastal scenery, river valleys, moorland and lakes and is home to the National Botanic Garden of Wales.

Near Pembrey Country Park Club Campsite


Photo by John Soper

Located on the west coast of mid west Wales, Ceredigion's coastal path covers a wide area of the Marine Heritage Coast Path around Cardigan Bay, with historic harbours and award winning beaches to enjoy.

Near Shawsmead Club Campsite


Member photo by Rachel Oddie

Dominated by its castle, Conwy is a classic medieval walled town and is the gateway to the Snowdonia National Park making it the perfect base for exploring the great outdoors nearby.

Near Riverside Touring Park Affiliated site


Member photo by Jenny Best

Bordered by the Irish Sea, Gwynedd in north west Wales has a beautiful coastline, as well as offering castles to tour, mountains to hike, lakes and rivers, as well as award winning beaches.

Near Coed-Y-Llwyn Club Campsite


Photo by Heather Barrett

As the third biggest city in Wales, Newport retained much of its Victorian charm and character with its interesting and historic architecture. It is located alongside the Severn Estuary in the Gwent area.

Near Tredegar House Country Park Club Campsite


Member photo by Gillian Pye

Suitated in the south west of Wales, Pembrokeshire has a number of castles and museums for you to explore. It's also home to Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, which covers 186 miles of coastal scenery.

Near Freshwater East Club Campsite


Member photo by Susan Lyon

The birthplace of the poet Dylan Thomas, Swansea is an alluring destination with world class cultural and sporting facilities, as well as award-winning parks and gardens. A visit to the Victorian seaside resort of Mumbles is a must.

Near Gowerton Club Campsite


Member photo by Olinjnyk Michael

Located only a short distance from the Welsh hills, Wrexham boasts a number of historic castles and forts, as well as gardens and parks to wander through. Enjoy the charm of the olden part of the town centre.

Near Lady Margaret's Park Club Campsite

Wales tours

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The Wales Way

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Eryri National Park, Wales
Mountain view against blue sky, lush green tree in the foreground

Club campsites in Wales

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