Visit south Wales on your camping holidays and pitch at Oxwich Camping Park. It is a beautiful holiday retreat, close to the coast in the unspoiled heart of the Gower Peninsula.
This campsite welcomes guests with tents and trailer tents, and is a traditional site offering a true back to basics camping experience. Most of the pitches at Oxwich Camping Park offer amazing views out across the sea.
The park is in a tranquil setting, secluded from the busy towns and cities of south Wales, but close enough that these locations and many more can be enjoyed by guests, if they want to.
Facilities available at Oxwich Camping Park include shower and toilet blocks, washing up facilities, a laundrette and also chemical waste disposal. There is plenty to do at the park, too, with a children’s play area and heated outdoor swimming pool here, while guests are also free to enjoy the open spaces at this site.
Within a mile of this holiday park there is a shop where guests can stock up on groceries and other essentials, while pubs and restaurants can also be found close by, most of which are family friendly and don’t require prior booking to get something to eat or drink – why not treat yourself to a night off cooking on your holidays?
Since 2012, the 870-mile Wales Coast Path has been open. It is the first uninterrupted route along a national coast anywhere in the world, showcasing beaches and estuaries, hills and woodlands – and more. Whether on two wheels or two feet, you can follow this path and enjoy the famous and often magnificent Welsh coast.
A short distance from Oxwich Camping Park guests can enjoy a choice of some of the best beaches anywhere in the United Kingdom, with rugged cliffs and golden sands combining to amazing effect. While the beaches here are ideal for swimming and paddling, a range of water sports are also available, with surfing and water skiing among the activities offered at various points around the Gower Peninsula. In addition, there are numerous locations nearby where fishing can be enjoyed, including at the beach as well as in the rivers, streams and lakes that populate the area.
While the Gower Peninsula is a wonderful place for being at one with nature and the outdoors, some of the most vibrant towns and cities of South Wales are just a short distance away from this campsite, too. Guests can be in Swansea within an hour, whether they take the car or public transport, and there are many great things about the city, including cultural and entertainment attractions, but it is definitely worth trying to sample the atmosphere if the football or rugby teams are playing at home.
Rather closer to this campsite is Oxwich Castle – or head west to The Mumbles, about a 30-minute drive away.
Oxwich Camping Park is the perfect place for a camping holiday in South Wales, an ideal escape and a handy gateway to the rest of the region.
Raised charcoal BBQs allowed
National Waterfront Museum
Swansea Grand Theatre
Based on 1 review(s)
monmouthshire 08 Jul 2014
site only suitable for tents and one or two motorhomes, access road narrow even for a campervan, no electrics and no toilet paper or provision for any, facilities clean and tidy, access to beach poor unless you pay for parking and walk down, road dead ends with no turning facilities