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Wales offer a vast variety of landscapes of undeniable beauty where the lakes, forests, valleys and mountains shape an harmonious ensemble. Hiring a motorhome is the best way to discover the multiple faces of this beautiful country. Don’t wait to discover the celtic culture, its mysteries and breathtaking landscapes are a part of this captivating territory.
You cannot explore Wales without going to its capital, Cardiff! Wander this dynamic city day or night, then visit its Castle, a true testimony of all past eras. If you hire a motorhome or campervan you can hit the road heading East and discover the mystical forest of Dean and the Tinter Abbey. You then have two options: follow the coast to Swansea bay to enjoy the sea and the numerous physical activities you can perform outdoors, or cross Brecon Beacons’ national park. This preserved area gathers a great diversity of landscapes, nice hiking paths and lovely monuments.
Hiring a motorhome will lead you to the splendid rocky coast of the Pembrokeshire region and its natural park. Between the quaint fishing towns and the towering cliffs, you will be charmed by the steep coastline. On the surrounding islands of Skomer and Skokholm, observe an impressive biodiversity; birds sanctuaries, and spot penguins and seals. Sports enthusiasts will be able to try every sliding sports imaginable!
On your way to the park, take a break at the spectacular Devil’s bridge. Discover the legend that has induced this enigmatic name during a nice hike. Hire a motorhome and head to Snowdonia, the highest peak in Wales among its natural reserve. Reflect on the stunning scenery and preserved wilderness while visiting the treasures of this area such as Harlech castle, burial chambers from the Copper age or Llechwedd Slate caverns. Go to the The Llŷn Peninsula, where you’ll witness the celtic culture and see heavenly landscapes. By renting a motorhome, wander through the charming villages of the coastline such as Llanbedrog, Llithfaen and Nefyn. You will also find nearby numerous castles that are worth the visit : Beaumarais, Caernarfon and Conwy castle, classified world heritage by the Unesco. In the North, the Isle of Anglesey is also an ideal destination to enjoy the sea or explore the cultural heritage Wales has to offer.
Immerse yourself in the deep history of Wales by visiting the numerous monuments and historical sites such as the menhirs in Priseli hills or the Powis castle. Hire a motorhome and follow the tracks of Dylan Thomas (a Welsh writer and poet) in the Georgian town of Laugharne or visit the very fancy Portmeirion village. Embark on one of the steam trains that used to carry slate back in the day, and discover the local myths. If you wish to understand the Celtic culture, Llangollen festival will help you dive into the heart of traditional dances, songs and Welsh costumes. Renting a motorhome in Wales will ensure an unforgettable road-trip and get the most out of this amazing country.