The South Wales Circuit 

A fantatic route down through the scenic Shropsire hills and down through the Brecon Beacons to the fantastic Gower peninsula and on to a stop in the Welsh Capital of Cardiff with it's River, Castle and awesome stadium then back up to see more of the beautiful shropshire countryside. 
 
 
 
 

1st Stop - Brecon Beacons 

Situated near the foothills of the glorious Welsh countryside, Brecon Beacons Club Site can lay claim to some of the best views of the central Beacons, with dramatic views of Pen-y-Fan, Cribyn and Corn Dufeatures. It features a plethora of facilities that include two toilet blocks, a well stocked shop and play areas for children. A circular dog walk leads to a quaint stream and woodland area, where you'll find an adventure course - fun for both kids and adults! Its centrality provides the ideal base for touring the towns, including Brecon and Talgarth, and countryside of mid and south Wales as well as exploring the Brecon Beacons National Park. 
 
 

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Site name and details 
Brecon Beacons Club Site 
Brecon  
LD3 7SH 
 
+44 1874 623325 
Description 
Brecon Beacons Club Site is the ideal location whether you are taking a relaxing holiday to enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the Brecon Beacon countryside, or taking a trip to the many charming towns and villages in the area. Also highly recommended is exploring the nearby hills and mountains that are ideal for walking, climbing, mountain biking or caving. Whatever you choose to do, the caravan park makes a great base from which to see the sights and if you've built up a thirst after all that activity, there's a nice local pub about 10-minutes' walk away! 
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Amenities 
Electric hook up available 
Dog Friendly 
Shower & Toilet Block open 
Playground and play area 

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Coarse fishing within 5 miles  
Game fishing within 5 miles  
Golf within 5 miles 
 
Cycling notes: 
 
There are traffic free canal paths, lakes and reservoirs nearby, including the Llangors Lake and the Welsh Crannog Centre or Talybont Reservoir. For a longer ride, head for mountain bike and forest trails in Glasfynydd and Garwnant, Usk Reservoir or Clydach Gorge. 
 
Nearby Sustrans cycle routes 
 
 
Walking notes: 
 
The Brecon Beacons and the Beacons National Park provide some of the finest walking in the country, from gentle strolls to tough mountain hikes. A hike to the top of Pen-y-Fan will give you an enormous sense of achievement as well as spectacular views. Visit the Mountain Centre at Libanus for more information on walking in the National Park. 
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2nd Stop - Caravan Club Site Certified Locstion Heatherbrae 

Caravan Club Site Certified Locstion Heatherbrae 
This campsite is perfectly positioned for walking or hiking as the coastal path runs beside the site and there is access to the Gower Way close by. Surfing, boogie boarding, stand up paddling, kite surfing & wind surfing are some of the water sports you will find on the many beaches on the Gower and the natural cliffs below the campsite also offer great rock climbing & bouldering opportunities. 
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Heatherbrae Nicholaston, Swansea SA3 2HL 
 

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Heatherbrae  
Nicholaston 
Swansea  
SA3 2HL 
 
 
 
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Amenities 
Electric hook up available 
Toilet block 
Shower Block 
Shop  

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3rd Stop - Cardiff Caravan and Camping 

A personal favorite of ours this site is quiet and peaceful with great facilities there's even a Cafe and cycle hire on site. A short walk along the river Taff past the Swalec Stadium (Cricket ) will bring you into central Cardiff between the impressive Castle and awesome Principality Stadium. Within Cardiff, Wales' Capital city you'll find unique attractions, top class sport, culture and entertainment and quality shopping with a difference - all within walking distance. Innovative architecture sits alongside historic buildings and Cardiff Bay offers entertainment for everyone. 
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Pontcanna Fields, Fields Park Rd, Pontcanna, Cardiff CF11 9XR 

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Site name and details 
Cardiff Caravan and Camping Park 
Pontcanna Fields, Fields Park Rd, Pontcanna, Cardiff CF11 9XR 
 
 
 
Description 
This site is located only a fifteen minute walk along the Taff past the Swalec stadium from the centre of Cardiff with shops, Castle and the Principality Stadium  
Amenities 
Electric hook up available 
Toilet block 
Shower Block (and it's free!) 
Shop - Cycle hire & Cafe 

4th Stop - Wayside Touring Park 

Wayside campsite is situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the Shropshire Hills. Found on the outskirts of Aston-on-Clun, Wayside is ideally located for a stopover on your tour. If you are looking for a quiet break then the nearby towns of Ludlow and Church Stretton offer relaxed shopping within picturesque surroundings. Walkers can find a choice ranging from gentle strolls around the village green to easy access to the Shropshire Way. 
Hopton and the Long Mynd are close by for cyclists, with tracks for every skill level 
 
Craven Arms Rd, Aston on Clun, Craven Arms SY7 8EF 
www.waysidecamping.co.uk 
+44 1588 660218 
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Site name and details 
Wayside Touring Park 
Craven Arms Rd 
Aston on Clun 
Craven Arms 
SY7 8EF 
 
 
 
Description 
 
Amenities 
Electric hook up available 
Toilet block 
Shower Block (and it's free!) 
Shop - Cycle hire & Cafe 
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