Day 1: Arrival in Cardiff
Start your 7-day motorhome tour of Wales by picking up your Easicampers motorhome in Manchester Airport. After a quick orientation and walk-through of the motorhome, you can hit the road and start exploring the city. Cardiff is the capital of Wales and has a rich history and culture. Visit Cardiff Castle, a medieval castle that has been beautifully restored, or take a stroll through the trendy Cardiff Bay area. In the evening, park your motorhome at one of the many campsites in or around the city and enjoy a traditional Welsh dinner.
Day 2: Cardiff to Pembrokeshire Coast National Park
Leave Cardiff and head west towards Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. This national park is known for its rugged coastline, picturesque villages, and diverse wildlife. The park has over 186 miles of coastline, so there is plenty to explore. Take a hike along the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, one of the most beautiful coastal walks in the UK, or visit one of the many beaches such as Tenby or Saundersfoot. In the evening, park your Easicampers motorhome at one of the campsites in the national park and enjoy a sunset over the sea.
Day 3: Pembrokeshire Coast National Park
Spend another day exploring Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Take a boat tour to see the seals and dolphins that inhabit the coast or visit St David’s, the smallest city in the UK. In the afternoon, head to Skomer Island, a nature reserve that is home to a large population of puffins, guillemots, and razorbills. In the evening, park your motorhome at a campsite near St David’s and enjoy a traditional Welsh seafood dinner.
Day 4: Pembrokeshire Coast National Park to Snowdonia National Park
Leave Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and head north towards Snowdonia National Park. This national park is home to the highest mountain in Wales, Snowdon, and is known for its rugged landscapes and beautiful lakes. Take the scenic drive along the A470 to reach the park, and stop at the many viewpoints along the way. In the evening, park your motorhome at one of the campsites in the national park and enjoy a hike in the surrounding hills.
Day 5: Snowdonia National Park
Spend the day exploring Snowdonia National Park. Take the railway to the summit of Snowdon, or hike to the top if you are feeling adventurous. Visit the beautiful lakes of Llyn Llydaw and Llyn Glaslyn, or take a boat tour on Llyn Padarn. In the evening, park your motorhome at a campsite near the town of Betws-y-Coed and enjoy a traditional Welsh dinner.
Day 6: Snowdonia National Park to Anglesey
Leave Snowdonia National Park and head north towards Anglesey. This island is known for its beautiful beaches, historic sites, and wildlife. Visit the ancient standing stones of Bryn Celli Ddu, or take a boat tour to see the seals and dolphins that inhabit the coast. In the evening, park your motorhome at one of the campsites on the island and enjoy a sunset over the sea.
Day 7: Anglesey
Spend the day exploring Anglesey. Visit the medieval castle of Beaumaris, or take a hike along the Anglesey Coastal Path. In the afternoon, visit the small town of Cemaes, known for its picturesque harbor and traditional Welsh pubs. In the evening, park your motorhome at a campsite near the beach and enjoy a walk before your journey back in the morning.
Return your motorhome to our Easicampers depot in Manchester and start planning your next break away with us.
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