19 Aug 2017, 20:55

Camping in Wales : get some fresh air !

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Why would you go camping in the Welsh countryside? Well… have a look at this!

 

Going camping in Wales is one of the nicest camping experiences in United Kingdom, or even in Europe.

 

Farming towns are the soul of Wales, where old traditions survive and the Welsh language continues to be spoken in lots of houses. From the soft flora of mid Wales to the singular view offered by the National Park, the Welsh countryside brings a range of panoramas and outside activities that will make you enjoy your holidays.

 

Popular cities in the Welsh countryside

Popular cities here include attractive Fishguard, walled Tenby and St David's, whose twelfth-century cathedral is hidden in the heart of the village to protect it from potential assailant.

 

South, the Brecon Beacons National Park brings diversity in the region and you will find attractive little cities nearby like Hay-on-Wye, famous worldwide for its small library selling second-hands books.

 

Escape everyday life stress for a stop in the Welsh countryside and settle in a farm or a cottage where you will be more than welcomed with your tent and camper van.

 

Welsh people easily open their houses to give you high quality B&B and self-catering holidays which is an additional option for accommodation during your stay.

 

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