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Sunshine Campers is conveniently located just five minutes off the M4 corridor at Bridgend. Although you have unlimited mileage on all vans and can travel throughout the UK we would love you to visit some of the fantastic attractions in Wales.

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Cardiff Bay

Hosts the Millennium Centre, outdoor white water rafting course – one of only three in the UK and the Doctor Who experience; plentiful supply of fantastic bars and restaurants.

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Barry Island

‘What’s occurring?’ take a tour on Dave’s Coaches and see all the sites from the hit TV show Gavin and Stacey – finish off with an ice-cream at Marco’s.

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Afan Forest Park

48 square miles of forest with some of the best mountain bike tracks in the UK. Ideal for cyclists, walkers and hikers; home to bike park Wales opened in 2013 the first of it’s kind in the UK.

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Gower Peninsula

UK first area of outstanding national beauty in 1956; endless award winning beaches – Langland, Three Cliffs, Llangenith, Oxwitch, Caswell Bay. The three mile stretch of white sand at Rhossilli Bay was voted the third best beach in Europe.

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Tenby

Three blue flag beaches and a stunning harbour attract thousands of visitors. Take a boat trip and meet the monks at Caldey Island.

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St David's

With a population of just 1797 is the UK smallest city why not visit the amazing 12th century cathedral.

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Cardigan Bay

The best place in Europe for dolphin watching. It hosts the largest pod of bottle nosed dolphins’ in the UK. There are many different boat trips available from Newquay and Aberporth.

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Folly Farm

It attracts over 400,000 visitors a year and has won the best family day out in Wales. Home to over 250 animals why not go and see the critically endangered eastern black rhino’s.

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Snowdonia National Park

823 square miles home to Snowdon the highest mountain in England and Wales. At 3560 feet you can take the steam train to the summit running since 1896.

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Brecon Beacons National Park

Why not take a barge on the Monmouthshire and Brecon canal or visit Llangorse Lake the largest natural lake in South Wales. For walkers Pen-y-fan is the highest peak and ‘the one’ all want to conquer.

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Sunshine Campers

Sunshine Campers is located just 5 mins off Jct 35 of the M4 at Wick Van Centre, Waterton Lane, Bridgend CF31 3YY.

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