Motorhome Hire Wales
Wales is a country of natural beauty, from glorious beaches to breathtaking mountain ranges, so when it comes to Motorhome hire Wales is a fantastic place to visit. History is told through its ancient monuments and museums. There are three welsh National Parks, Snowdonia, Pembrokeshire Coast and Brecon Beacons where you will discover beautiful landscapes, habitats, villages and heritage sites.
Visit South Wales
South Wales is a hub of Welsh culture, sport and entertainment. It is a coastal region in the United Kingdom and contains the capital city, Cardiff. The region is home to almost three quarters of the population of Wales. South Wales has a lot to offer from great scenery, good pubs and restaurants, as well as many visitor attractions and a great rugby team.
Cardiff is known as Europe’s youngest capital city. Visit Cardiff and enjoy the shopping, see the Millennium Centre, Cardiff Castle, the National Museum, Chapter Arts Centre. Make sure you pay a visit to Cardiff Bay where you will find many bars and restaurants and a wonderful atmosphere in a beautiful location.
The Taff Trail
Cardiff boasts more green space than any other city in Europe per person. The Taff Trail allows you to walk or cycle from Cardiff Bay through 2000 acres of Parkland all the way to the Brecon Beacons using former rail routes, tow paths and tramways.
This is a great day out to see Wales as it was in days gone by. A fascinating and nostalgic insight into the history of Wales.
The Big Pit
A good quality museum and underground tour where you will find out how the mine functioned and the way mining technology has evolved.
Visit Mid Wales
A place to escape life’s hustle and bustle, the perfect place for a family holiday, a romantic getaway, short break or weekend away.
Explore the Brecon Beacons
Star gazing is recommended. The Brecon Beacons National Park is an International Dark Sky Reserve.
Visit The Brecon Beacon Way Walk which offers some of the best views that the National Park has to offer.
See the waterfalls and rapids. Visit the Vale of Neath where you will find so many waterfalls. This area is called Waterfall Country.
Hay Festival – a literary and arts festival in Hay on Wye, May/June
Brecon Jazz Festival Brecon, August
Green Man Music Festival, Glanusk, August.
You can do this (or watch from a safe distance) in Llanwrtud Wells, the smallest town in Britain. You can even try this out on your bike!
Visit North Wales
North Wales has some of the best outdoor adventure activities in the world as well as some brilliant beaches. You will also find fascinating ancient culture and heritage.
Things to do:
Get your adrenaline going with some of these activities.
Do you want to experience the thrill of white water rafting?
North Wales has more than 250 miles of coastline. Everyone can find their ideal beach there.
If golf is your passion there are some incredible courses.
Hidden in the mountains, North Wales has its own surf lagoon.
Walking and Hiking
The possibilities are endless. There are countryside walks, hikes to the peaks of mountains and strolls along beaches…