The Best Local Attractions in West Wales

We all know that the stunning West Wales coast is home to some of the best views and beaches around, but you may not know about some of the hidden gems that can be found just a short drive from our West Wales holiday park. In this blog, we’re going to show you some of the best things to do, from family days out to outdoor adventures and more! 

With plenty of ideas for your next stay at Woodland Hideaway, nothing is stopping you from joining us. We’re perfectly situated in the luscious woodlands of West Wales surrounded by stretching views of the Preseli Hills so you’re surrounded by options to blow away the cobwebs!

Local Things To Do In West Wales

West Wales has a huge variety of attractions and natural beauty spots to choose from that can offer total relaxation or a fun-packed day of adrenaline depending on your mood.

There are plenty of adventure-filled days out to be had in West Wales from a day at the zoo down Folly Farm, or tackle over 30 rides in Oakwood Theme Park which is one of the top 10 in the UK!

For fun on the water, Cardigan Bay has heaps of watersports and activity packages to book whether you’re a beginner or seasoned swimmer. Cardigan Bay Watersports offer paddleboard and kayak hire as well as kids’ activities and other instructor-led options.

You may prefer to take part in an adventure tour with Cardigan Bay Active who provide a variety of fast-paced water sports and other activities such as canoe trips, white water rafting, and surfing lessons!

For sealife lovers not wanting to brave West Wales weather, the Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre overlooks the harbour with exhibits packed full of information about the local wildlife, or you can hire an equipment kit and explore the local rockpools to see what you can find in the West Wales coast.

Wales is full of historical landmarks, and the castles in West Wales are always an incredible experience to explore and are often situated in friendly towns with lots to offer. You can find Newcastle Emlyn Castle just a short 15-minute drive away, with information boards to find out more about the grounds. 

You could also visit Aberystwyth Castle, set by the seaside with a rich history and plenty to do in the local area to make a day of it. Aberystwyth is the largest town in Ceredigion so you can find a stunning array of eateries from Spanish/ Welsh tapas at Ultracomida or a more traditional pub setting with views of the sea in The Glengower.

Want to join us? Why not check out our privately owned static caravans for sale in West Wales here or contact us today for more information?

Frequently Asked Questions

What is West Wales known for?

West Wales has something to meet every need with quaint seaside towns, wildlife, watersports and fantastic local cuisine. Our West Wales holiday park is the perfect base to get comfortable and explore your surroundings!

Are there dog-friendly West Wales Holiday Parks?

When it comes to Holiday Parks, West Wales has a huge range of dog-friendly holiday parks and our 5-star rated privately owned site in Ceredigion is sure to win you over with its stunning views and natural countryside. 

Is New Quay Wales worth visiting?

New Quay is a fantastic tourist destination and has numerous attractions for families, couples, and singles alike no matter what your tastes. Our site is just a 25-minute drive away so you can visit as much as you like to make sure you don’t miss a thing!

Want to join us? Why not check out our privately owned static caravans for sale in West Wales here or contact us today for more information?