North Wales
North Wales
North Wales

North Wales holidays & caravan parks

North Wales makes a wonderful destination for a family holiday, with lots of stunning countryside and striking coastline to explore

It’s easy to see why holidays in North Wales are becoming so popular – you’ll find a magical mixture of medieval heritage and outstanding natural beauty ranging from golden beaches to soaring summits. The region is still something of a hidden gem, but with so much to see and do it’s a destination that should definitely be on your list for a memorable family holiday.

The breathtaking Snowdonia mountains dominate this area; the highest peaks in the UK outside of Scotland, they’re the centre of the breathtaking Snowdonia National Park and a mecca for hikers, climbers, cyclists and adventurers all year round.

A wet weekend in Wales may be exactly what you plan for – the watersports here are incredible! Whether you’re looking for whitewater rafting, surfing, or sheltered bays where younger children can paddle safely, this is the place for you.

If you prefer to be a little less energetic, you could always sit back, relax and enjoy the view from the comfort of a carriage riding some of Britain's most scenic train routes, the Ffestiniog Railway and Cambrian Coast lines. You can also explore North Wales’ history with a trip to the formidable castles at Caernarfon, Conwy and Harlech, as well as the Italianate village of Portmeirion, famously used in the sixties TV show The Prisoner.

And that’s not all! How about a day out at one of North Wales’ superb family attractions? Bodelwyddan Castle is a firm favourite with exhibitions and events happening throughout the year, while Greenwood Forest Park is a day packed full of fun and activities. And if you want a real thrill, make sure you visit Zip World Titan – a 2000m zip line where four people can ride at once!

Around the region

Map of North Wales

1. Conwy Castle

A perfectly preserved medieval castle set in the walled town of Conwy.

2. Bodnant Gardens

World-famous, stunning botanical collections.

3. Greenwood Forest Park

Unique eco-attraction with the world's first people powered roller coaster.

4. Sygun Copper Mine

Recreates Wales' precious industrial heritage.

5. Portmeirion

Pretty Italian-style village in a beautiful coastal setting.

6. Snowdonia National Park

Explore the lakes, mountains and valleys of this breathtaking landscape.

More about our holiday parks in North Wales


Touring & Camping available Touring and camping available

A great location for holidays parks in Wales on the sheltered southern shores of the Llyn Peninsula.


Hafan y Môr

Touring & Camping available Touring and camping available

One of Haven’s flagship caravan sites in Wales with a stunning setting and direct access to the beach.

Hafan y Mor


Touring & Camping available Touring and camping facilities available

A lively, all-action holiday park stretching out behind dunes with direct access to miles of sandy beach.


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