Criw Touring Caravan and Camp Site is a popular holiday destination found on the Llyn Peninsula close to the iconic Snowdonia National Park.
The site offers wonderful views of the surrounding countryside, and is a perfect place for families to enjoy a break, being quiet and offering plenty of open spaces for exploration and relaxation.
The park is located in the pretty village of Bryncroes.
Criw Touring Caravan and Camp Site has pitches suitable for touring caravans and tents, with electric hook up facilities available on the site. Additional facilities provided to ensure guests enjoy a comfortable stay at Criw include a toilet and shower block, dishwashing facilities, a chemical waste disposal point, and fresh water supply points. A static caravan and a bungalow are also available at the site for guests to hire should they wish.
The nearest village from Bryncoes is Sarn, which can be found a pleasant, 20-minute walk away down a country lane. Sarn has shops, a restaurant, tea rooms, and three great pubs, two of which serve food at a reasonable price, meaning guests can always get refreshed and have somewhere to go near to the site.
Guests heading to Criw Touring Caravan and Camp Site looking for outdoor activities won’t be disappointed. Within six miles of the site there are several sandy beaches, many of which are well hidden and rarely get busy, meaning guests can often enjoy a private beach experience. Country walks around the local area offer stunning views, while guests also have the option of getting around on bicycle or horseback. Climbing, sailing, and fishing are among the other activities that can be enjoyed close by.
Golf lovers will find two 18-hole golf courses a short drive away, at Pwllheli and Abersoch. Pwllheli is also the main town found on the Llyn Peninsula, and has a range of leisure activities on offer for the whole family. These include a leisure centre and cinema, while there is also a marina and two supermarkets where guests can stock up on holiday essentials. Guests can also head into town to enquire about fishing and boating trips out into the Irish Sea and Atlantic Ocean. Those interested in the more adrenaline fuelled water activities available are encouraged to head into Abersoch, where jet skiing, wakeboarding and power boating are all available along the beach.
Away from the Llyn Peninsula, guests can enjoy access to the whole of Snowdonia National Park as well as to the popular seaside towns found along the north coast of Wales. There is a range of outdoor activities available across Snowdonia, with something for the whole family. Anyone feeling extra adventurous has the option of climbing Snowdon itself, although there is a train that travels close to the summit and a café nearby for anyone who wants to cheat or take a break!
Criw Touring Caravan and Camp Site is a wonderful place to escape from the busy nature of everyday life and enjoy a break in authentic Welsh countryside, with plenty of activities close by to entertain the whole family.
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