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Static Caravan Parks in North Wales

16 February 2015  | Comments Off By |   Golden Gate Holiday Centre

For those who already know North Wales you don’t need to be told how beautiful it is; for those who have never visited this stunning area of Wales, you will find it captures your imagination and stirs emotions of beauty, excitement, passion and adventure. North Wales is full of history, music, castles, railways, festivals, beautiful beaches and not least the rugged countryside of mountains, lakes, rivers and waterfalls.

The ideal holiday, which is fast becoming the most popular, is to stay in one of the static caravan parks in North Wales. These parks offer luxury caravans with excellent facilities and are located in areas of outstanding beauty. Two examples of these sites are Sirior Bach Caravan Park at Moelfre and Golden Gate Holiday Centre at Towyn; both these static caravan parks are near Abergele.

Tourist attractions

Abergele is a small coastal town and is situated between Colwyn Bay to the west and Rhyl to the east; it is best known for its two miles of white sandy beaches. Abergele was once a Roman trading port and now offers a variety of tourist attractions including music events, a leisure park, castle, funfair, excellent places to eat out and good local pubs.

If you decide this is where you would like to holiday, it is definitely worthwhile researching static caravan parks in North Wales. There is a variety of quality parks with facilities to satisfy the most discerning holiday maker.

A place to have fun and relax

There is a huge contrast in North Wales with outstanding diverse landscapes. This region is probably best known for the world famous Snowdonia which attracts increasing numbers of visitors all year round, and from all over the world. There are also the rolling moorlands of Berwyn and Hiraethog which are renowned for wildlife. The gentle hills of the Clwydian form a definite divide between the rural and urban areas of North Wales. In spite of its popularity, North Wales still offers remote places to walk, cycle or horseback ride.

Static caravan parks in North Wales blend perfectly into the rural environment and for some, they offer the ideal and obvious place to take a holiday. With some parks being open 12 months of the year many people spend a great deal of time in their caravan holiday homes.

Good transport links from anywhere in the UK

Road and motorway access and public transport to the area are excellent. A trip to North Wales from anywhere in the UK has become relatively effortless with regular visitors travelling to their favourite spots just for a weekend.

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