Towns, Villages & Caravan Parks For Holidays in South West Wales

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Holidays in Carmarthenshire in South West Wales

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Carmarthenshire in South West WalesCarmarthenshire is blessed with a lush green utterly picturesque landscape and a coastal region that is fortunate enough to have some of the longest beaches in Wales.

Carmarthenshire is affectionately known as the 'Garden of Wales', here you'll find gems like the National Botanic Garden of Wales which has various themed gardens and the world’s largest single-span glasshouse, Aberglasney Gardens, Cae Hir Gardens, Norwood Gardens, Hywel Dda Gardens, and Brechfa Forest Gardens. In addition, there are popular visitor attractions in the county like Dylan Thomas Boathouse, Kidwelly Castle, Newton House, The National Wool Museum, and Dolaucothi Gold Mines.

Carmarthenshire's pristine coastline has some wonderful expansive sandy beaches such as 8-mile long Cefn Sidan Beach which forms part of Pembrey Country Park, and the massive Pendine Sands Beach. Carmarthenshire also has the pretty and peaceful large sandy Llansteffan Beach, the sweet secluded sandy Scott's Bay Beach, the beguiling Morfa Bychan Beach, and the ever-popular Telpyn Beach. Coastal Carmarthenshire is also home to Millennium Coastal Park, it encompasses Burry Port Beach and Llanelli Beach, a 450-berth marina, North Dock Dunes Local Nature Reserve, Pwll Lagoon Local Nature Reserve, and Ashpits Pond Local Nature Reserve - all in a gorgeous setting full of fascinating plants and wildlife.

Carmathenshire Destinations





Burry Port



Carmarthen Bay Holiday Park

















Newcastle Emlyn




Pendine Sands Holiday Park

St Clears


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Holidays in Pembrokeshire in South West Wales

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Pembrokeshire in South West WalesPembrokeshire, where to start? It is, without doubt, the jewel in the crown for Wales, it is where you will find Britain’s only coastal National Park, Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. The county boasts some fantastic visitor attractions like Folly Farm, Pembroke Castle, Caldey Island, Manor Wildlife Park, The Dinosaur Park, Blue Lagoon Water Park, and Wales' largest theme park, Oakwood Theme Park.

The coastline around Pembrokeshire has a natural staggering beauty which is not to be missed, it can be taken in from walking along the 186-mile long Pembrokeshire coast path, it can be viewed from out at sea on the many boat and sea fishing trips that are available, it can also be viewed very up close and personal, as you try one of the many water-based activities on offer in Pembrokeshire such sea kayaking and canoeing, diving, surfing, and for thrill seekers, coasteering. The coastline around Pembrokeshire is also laced with superb award-winning beaches that are perfect for families with children and for water sports enthusiasts, they come in all shapes and sizes, so you're sure to find a beach that suits your needs, whether it be a hidden tucked away little gem of a beach, a dog-friendly beach, or a long stretch of golden sandiness on which the children can run themselves ragged.

Coastal or inland, Pembrokeshire has many sensational towns and villages that prove to be very popular with holidaymakers, the most beloved and most well known has to be the seaside town of Tenby with its stunning sandy beaches, pretty harbour, and its many shops and eateries. There is also the attractive and ancient county town of Haverfordwest, the gorgeous little market town of Narberth, and the charming and characterful seaside resort of Saundersfoot, infact, the list of Pembrokeshire's idyllic towns and villages just goes on and on and on.

Pembrokeshire Destinations


Amroth Bay Holidays



Cardigan Bay Holiday Park






Cresselly & Cresswell Quay


Dinas Cross

Fishguard & Goodwick

Freshwater East



Kilgetty & Begelly

Kiln Park





Lydstep Beach Holiday Park


Manorbier Bay Holiday Park

Manorbier Country Park

Milford Haven








Pembroke Dock



St Brides Bay

St Ishmaels

St. Dogmaels

Stepaside & Wisemans Bridge

Sunnyvale Holiday Park


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Holidays in St Brides Bay in South West Wales

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St Brides Bay in South West WalesSt Brides Bay, what a bay, what a beautiful place to stay on holiday in Pembrokeshire.
Nestled inside Pembrokeshire's jaw-droppingly beautiful National Park, St Brides Bay stretches from Ramsey Island off St David's Head in the North around and down to Marloes Peninsula in the South, between these two points are stunning beaches, enchanting villages, one totally unique city, activities galore, and lots of fun family memories just waiting to be made.

The village of Little Haven is a little beauty, it has a small beach with rockpools set a tiny little cove, there's also a slipway for boat users. Just up from Litle Haven is the seaside village of Broad Haven, in addition to its well-stocked village shop and two pubs, Broad Haven is fortunate enough to have one of the finest in Pembrokeshire. Newgale may be a small village but its beach more than compensates, its massive two-mile-long stretch of flat sand and a very popular location for surfing. Very few holiday destinations in the UK can even come close to the beauty of Solva, split into two separate areas, Upper Solva which is set on a cliff top provides splendid views down over Lower Solva. Lower Solva is picturesque at both low tide and high tide, here you will find a selection of interesting shops, artists' galleries, pubs, and eateries.

St Brides Bay is home to a totally unique holiday destination, the city of St Davids, it's unique in that it's the smallest city in Great Britain. Firstly, you need to scrap all thoughts of a concrete jungle with mighty shopping malls and massive buildings, St Davids is, in reality, a small village which only attained a 'city' status due to its very impressive cathedral (St Davids Cathedral). In addition to its fine selection of shops, St Davids is renowned for its spectacular coastal scenery, excellent scenic walks, and many boat trips around Pembrokeshire's offshore Islands.

St Brides Bay Destinations

Broad Haven

Howelston Holiday Park

Little Haven

Marloes & Marloes Peninsula


Nolton Haven


St Davids

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Other Holiday Destinations in South West Wales

Holiday homes and cottages in The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park

Holiday homes and cottages in Carmarthen Bay

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Inspiring Ideas For Your Next Holiday in South West Wales

Planning a holiday to South West Wales or the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park? Why not grab yourself a pocket full of ideas on things to do, activities, days out, and visitor attractions with our South West Wales holiday inspiration section.