Highlights of this trip: London – Cardiff – Gower Peninsula – St. Davids – Snowdonia National Park – Island of Anglesey – Brecon Beacons National Park
1. Day: London
Übernahme vom Wohnmobil oder Camper. Lernen Sie Ihr neues Zuhause kennen und gewöhnen Sie sich an den Linksverkehr. Halt im nächsten Supermarkt um sich kulinarisch einzudecken und Installation auf dem 1. Campingplatz.
2. Day: London – Oxford – Cardiff (approx. 220 km)
Visit on your way to Wales the world famous university of Oxford. Worthwhile is definitely a visit of Cardiff Castle and Cardiff Bay.
3. Day: Cardiff – Swansea (approx. 80 km)
Visit the Aberdulais waterfalls and the Dyffryn Gardens in St. Nichola.
4. Day: Swansea – Gower Peninsula – Swansea
Explore the georgeous beaches, Tor Bay and Three Cliffs Bay and of course King Arthur’s Stone.
5. Day: Swansea – St. Davids (approx. 150 km)
Visit the Colby-Woodland Garden in Amoth (a must during the rhododendron blossom time in May - June). Enjoy a hike in the famous Pembrokeshire National Park with its spectacular coastline.
6. Day: St. Davids – Aberystwyth (approx. 120 km)
In St. Davids is the most westerly point of Wales. Visit St. Davids Cathedral and drive along the coast to Aberystwyth.
7. Day: Aberystwyth – Pwllheli (approx. 120 km)
Full day to explore Snowdonia National Park. Drive with the small train from Porthmadog in the picturesque Festiniog valley.
8. Day: Pwllheli – Peninusla Llyn – Pwllheli
Excursion to the Lyn Peninsula with its rugged landscape.
9. Day: Pwllheli – Island of Anglesey (approx. 75 km)
Drive via Pass of Aber-Glaslyn in Snowdonia National Park to the island of Anglesey. Visit the Caernarfon Castle.
10. Day: Island of Anglesey
The island of Anglesey is the biggest island of Wales and is also called Holy Island because of the high concentration of standing stones, burial chambers and other religious sites on the small island. Visit Beaumaris Castle, one of the UNESCO World Heritage.
11. Day: Insel Anglesey – Llandudno (approx. 75 km)
Hike from Betws-y-Coed for 3 km to the Swallow Falls. Visit Bodnant Garden and the georgeous Conwy Castle in Conwy Valley.
12. Day: Llandudno – Llangollen (approx. 95 km)
Llandudno is the biggest seaside resort. Take the Tramway to the sumit of the Great Orme. Along the "Gold Coast" drive southbound to Llangollen.
13. Day: Llangollen – Brecon (approx. 160 km)
Visit Powis Castle on your way southbound.
14. Day: Brecon Beacons NP
Most of the National Park is bare, grassy moorland grazed by Welsh mountain ponies and Welsh mountain sheep, with scattered forestry plantations, and pasture in the valleys. It is known for its remote reservoirs, waterfalls including the 27 metre Henrhyd Waterfall and the falls at Ystradfellte, and its caves, such as Ogof Ffynnon Ddu.
15. Day: Brecon – London (approx. 270 km)
Drive back to London.
16. Day: London
Drop of your vehicle.