Welsh Coastal Route

Traveling along the Welsh coast from north to south with an Easicampers motorhome is a fantastic adventure. You’ll encounter breathtaking landscapes, historic sites, charming villages, and numerous attractions. Here’s a suggested itinerary with notable attractions and places to visit and stay with your motorhome along the way:

North Wales

Conwy: Explore Conwy Castle, a well-preserved medieval fortress. Walk along the town walls for panoramic views of the coast and mountains. Stay at Conwy Touring Park with your Easicampers motorhome, offering spacious pitches and modern facilities. Alternatively, Tyddyn Du Touring Park is a scenic option located near the Conwy Valley.

Llandudno: Known as the “Queen of Welsh Resorts,” Llandudno offers a charming Victorian atmosphere. Enjoy a stroll along the promenade, visit the Great Orme, and take a ride on the Great Orme Tramway. Little Orme Caravan Park provides a convenient location to park up and stay with sea views and natural beauty.

North Wales Coast

Penmaenmawr: Admire the beautiful coastline and walk along the promenade. Stop by Pen-y-Bryn pub for a meal with panoramic views. Hendre Mynach Touring Caravan and Camping Park is located nearby, offering spacious pitches and excellent facilities.

Bangor: Visit Penrhyn Castle, a neo-Norman fantasy with stunning gardens. Explore the Bangor Pier for picturesque views of the Menai Strait. Tyddyn Isaf Caravan and Camping Park is conveniently located in Bangor.

Llŷn Peninsula:

Abersoch: This popular coastal village is known for its sandy beaches and water sports such as sailing and surfing. Abersoch Caravan and Camping Park offers pitches with easy access to the beach and village amenities.

Pwllheli: Visit the marina and take a leisurely walk along the promenade. Cae Du Campsite is a peaceful option with coastal views and proximity to Pwllheli.

Aberdaron: Explore the charming village, visit St. Hywyn’s Church, and enjoy the scenic beauty of Aberdaron Bay. Mynydd Mawr Caravan and Camping Site is located

nearby, providing facilities amidst stunning surroundings.

Cardigan Bay Coast:

Harlech: Discover Harlech Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and enjoy breathtaking views of Snowdonia National Park and the coastline. Morfa Lodge Holiday Park is a popular choice for motorhome travelers.

Barmouth: Take a stroll along Barmouth Beach and enjoy panoramic views of Cardigan Bay. Experience the Barmouth Bridge, which spans the estuary. Hendre Mynach Touring Caravan and Camping Park offer a seaside location and direct access to the beach.


Aberystwyth: Explore this vibrant seaside town, visit the National Library of Wales, and take a scenic ride on the Vale of Rheidol Railway to Devil’s Bridge. Penrhos Caravan and Motorhome Club Site is situated near Aberystwyth, offering modern facilities and beautiful surroundings.

New Quay: Enjoy dolphin spotting boat trips and relax on the sandy beaches of this picturesque coastal town. Gilfach Caravan Park and Dyfed Shire Horse Farm provide camping options with scenic views.

South Wales:

Cardigan: Visit Cardigan Castle, a historic site with beautiful gardens and exhibitions. Explore the town’s independent shops and dine at local eateries. Poppit Sands Caravan Park, located near a stunning beach, offers spacious pitches and family-friendly amenities.

St. Davids: Discover the magnificent St. Davids Cathedral and explore the quaint streets of the smallest city in Britain. Visit Whitesands Bay for its golden sands and surf-friendly waves. Caerfai Bay Caravan and Tent Park are situated near the cliffs of Caerfai Bay, offering stunning coastal views and direct access to the Pembrokeshire Coast Path.

South Pembrokeshire:

Tenby: This charming walled town is known for its colorful houses, cobbled streets, and picturesque harbor. Explore the town’s historic sites, relax on Tenby’s stunning beaches, and take a boat trip to Caldey Island, home to a tranquil monastery. Trefalun Park and Kiln Park Holiday Centre are popular motorhome-friendly options with modern facilities and convenient locations.

Remember to check the opening hours and any specific requirements for attractions and sites you plan to visit along the way. It’s also recommended to book your motorhome pitches or campsites in advance, especially during peak travel seasons, to ensure availability. Enjoy your journey along the Welsh coast and savor the stunning landscapes and rich history of this beautiful region!

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