Book your next Snowdonia caravan holiday in this most beautiful area of North Wales, choose caravan sites and chalets with pools, dog-friendly parks, and those close to beaches, with static caravan hire and great pitches. The Snowdonia National Park should be every holidaymaker's dream. It is filled with magnificent mountains, historic castles, secluded coves and wonderful natural attractions. It is the perfect destination for seaside breaks near wonderful green hills and mountains.
There is no reason to leave your canine friends behind with our supply of dog-friendly caravan parks in Snowdonia from which to pick, so keep their tails wagging with lots of wonderful walks, be they coastal or forest there are lots to explore from the beaches to the mountain passes.
The National Park is particularly popular with holidaymakers looking for short breaks and family caravan holidays. Especially popular with trekkers and climbers, although honeymooners, artists, naturalists, bird fanciers, and photographers are just as likely to make this their preferred destination where they will be surrounded by the natural world with its endless supply of inspiration and chances for relaxation.
Perhaps for some, the mountains aren't the most significant to visit, perhaps it’s the many glorious beaches and coastal villages, The area is also highly prized by those who love the sea, with so many excellent facilities that exist here near coastal caravan parks for surfing, sailboarding, sailing, swimming, and diving, or purely the opportunity to discover one of the most beautiful and diverse stretches of coastline in Wales.
The opportunities for adventure are numerous for people of all ages, nationalities, and interests, so even if you would rather go sightseeing or shopping than canoeing or fishing, you can do whatever you fancy in spring, summer, autumn or winter. Visiting will add enjoyment to the lives of all who experience this very beautiful area of North Wales.
For those who crave outdoor activities, the area will satisfy all your needs and the coastal waters of Cardigan Bay and the Irish Sea can cater to all water-sports activities, mountains are at its heart and command breath-taking vistas for walkers and hikers, the mountain trails and paths are ideal for days out sightseeing, while the more adventurous mountaineers will undoubtedly be climbing the high peaks.