Crackwell Holiday Park is an idyllic family friendly destination found close to the town of Tenby, in the heart of Pembrokeshire.
The site has a selection of static holiday homes available for hire, while also welcoming guests with tents, motorhomes, and touring caravans. Electric hook ups are available at a small additional cost for tent campers, while touring caravans and motorhomes have electric hook ups as standard, and a large enough space for their awning, if necessary.
The park is nestled in woodland within Pembrokeshire National Park, and is renowned for being one of the most quiet and tranquil holiday parks in Wales, and is just a short walk from the nearby beach. Exploring the coast close to the park enables guests to discover a number of unspoiled beaches as well as several coastal walks.
Guests that are looking for adventure are sure to find it while staying at Crackwell Holiday Park. The beaches, many of which are Blue Flag and regarded as among the best in Wales, are ideal for swimming and paddling, while depending on the weather conditions there may also be opportunities for fishing and windsurfing. Tourists can also enjoy rock climbing up many of the cliff faces in the area, with abseiling also offered. Those looking to keep their feet on the ground have miles of routes to walk or cycle, with the National Park extending right around the south western corner of Wales and up the west coast.
Other attractions that guests will find in close proximity to Crackwell Holiday Park include zoos, theme parks, and even a dinosaur park, where everyone can learn about some of the largest creatures to ever walk on land or swim in the sea.
Further away from the National Park and Tenby, there is still much for guests to enjoy. Anyone looking for a holiday within a holiday can take the ferry across to Ireland and explore the south and east of the Emerald Isle. Many choose to tour the west coast of Wales, up to where Pembrokeshire National Park ends and beyond, where popular seaside towns like Aberystwyth are waiting to be discovered. Those that are extra adventurous might even travel to Snowdonia National Park, where there are plenty of activities to enjoy as well as the challenge of hiking to the summit of Mount Snowdon.
The Brecon Beacons National Park is found further east, closer to the border with England, although guests heading in this direction will frequently take the opportunity to explore the wonderful towns and cities along the south coast of the country. Llanelli and Swansea are nearest to the park, however Cardiff and Newport are also brilliant places to spend the day. These four locations offer the best selection of cultural and leisure attractions in Wales, yet there is always something to discover in the lesser heralded seaside towns, while the country villages hidden across the country all have their own stories to tell, too.
Crackwell Holiday Park is a great place for a family break, and an amazing gateway to the wonders of Wales.
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