From the awe-inspiring mountains of Snowdonia to the glorious beaches of the lovely, unspoilt Lleyn Peninsula and the west coast, you’ll discover a dramatic landscape steeped in Celtic culture and history, and a wonderful setting for our holiday parks. Gwynedd’s majestic mountains and deep river valleys, magical forests and tumbling waterfalls create the perfect backdrop for walking, bird watching and the huge range of outdoor activities on offer in the Snowdonia National Park – all easily accessible from our holiday parks in Gwynedd.
There are plenty of less energetic pleasures for you to discover on caravan holidays in Gwynedd too. Instead of walking, why not ride to the summit on the Snowdon Mountain Railway and enjoy all that spectacular scenery in comfort? At the pretty little seaside town of Porthmadog you can take a nostalgic steam train journey on the famous Ffestiniog Railway, and no stay at our holiday parks in Gwynedd would be complete without a trip to the extraordinary, Italianate village of Portmeirion, world famous as the setting for the cult TV series, The Prisoner. History lovers will be drawn to the region’s many great fortresses – Caernarfon Castle, site of the investiture of the Princes of Wales, and mighty Harlech Castle are both particularly impressive.