South & West Wales has a diverse and beautiful landscape, easily accessed from the South and West of England. Gwent is the gateway between England and South Wales.
The area is basically a plain in the centre, with valleys including the beautiful Wye Valley to the east and west and mountains to the north. Glamorgan is a coastal county in South Wales.
Glamorgan's attractions include surfing on its Heritage Coast, walking in the footsteps of the Marcher Lords through the Wye Valley & in the foothills of the highest mountain in the south of Britain or exploring the coal mining valleys of the Brecon Beacons.
Pen-y-Fan is the highest point in southern Britain at almost 3000 feet and, although not as dramatic as the mountains of Snowdonia in northwest Wales, the Brecon Beacons have their own beauty; rolling like huge green waves over the countryside. West of the Brecon Beacons is Fforet Fawr and the Black Mountain and to the east lie the Black Mountains (plural).
To the south there are a number of impressive waterfalls, the most attractive being Sgwd-yr-eira (the spout of snow). Running through the park are 2 long paths - Offa's Dyke Path and the Taff Trail.Dyfed consists of a peninsula with Cardigan Bay to the north, Camarthen Bay to the south, and inlets to the west. Inland Dyfed is hilly and mountainous while the coasts are dotted with cliffs and sandy beaches.
Choose from the selection of caravans available to hire in South and West Wales as shown above.