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Penrhos Caravan Club Site

The Club's Penrhos site in Anglesey has a bit of everything, making it a great destination for a family caravan holiday. Snowdonia is visible from the site so if you fancy exploring the mountain then you are in a great location, but sandy beaches are just five minutes away by car too

Pembrey Caravan Club Site

Pembrey Country Park Caravan Club Site is a highly rated destination that sits on the edge of the vast 520-acre country park and has loads to offer the whole family

Pandy Caravan Club Site

Like many caravan sites in Wales, Pandy is surrounded by lush natural beauty. Situated close to the River Honddu, the site is beautifully green with large trees looking over it

Min y Don Caravan Club Site

The Min Y Don site has some of the most exceptional sights you will see from a caravan site, with views over the mountains of Snowdon and the 13th century World Heritage Castle that is floodlit at night

Lady Margaret's Park Caravan Club Site

With a good selection of pitches nestled in among tree-lined glades, the Lady Margaret's Park Caravan Club Site is a pretty spot, not far from the Welsh city of Wrexham

Gwern-y-Bwlch Caravan Club Site

A laid back and relaxed caravan site if ever there was one, Gwern-y-Bwlch sits in mid Wales between old Montgomeryshire and Snowdonia in a wonderful environment

Gowerton Caravan Club Site

Once of the Caravan Club's larger sites in Wales, Gowerton is another that is well positioned to explore the stunning natural beauty of the country from a base in Swansea

Gaer Hyfryd Caravan Club Site

A truly picturesque caravan site, Gaer Hyfryd is a wonderful holiday destination for anyone who wants to get outdoors and explore the wonderful Welsh countryside

Freshwater East Caravan Club Site

If coastal walks and sea air are what you're looking for, then Freshwater East could be just the place to take your caravan

Dolaucothi Caravan Club Site

The Club's small Dolaucothi Estate site is a lovely destination, set within a vast 2,500-acre National Trust estate. Located near to the famous Roman gold mines, exploring the local history and geography is a must when you stay here

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Our Top Touring Apps To Help Holidaying

What phone apps are worth looking at?

It was not that long ago that the A to Z was the travelling man's, and woman's, best friend. For years this helped motorists and holiday makers across the UK get from A to B with ease, provided you had a good map reading co-pilot and an update map. Years on it seems technology has made the map book look like a relic. As technology rolls on we take a look at some apps that may just change the way you holiday.

Your Friendly Neighbourhood Caravan Cafe

The mobile cafe is here to help you get your tea and cake fix

The old traditional caravan nowadays is most likely spotted sat on driveways covered in weather ware or just plonked depressingly in fields throughout the country. One special care giver has stumbled upon a very rare vintage van and has decided to turn it into something worthwhile to help out our aging community

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Benimar Tessoro Part 1: The 483 Full Test

The Tessoro 483 is built on a 170BHP Ford

At CaravanTimes we recently had a Benimar Tessoro 483 on test for a couple of weeks. We have done just over 2000 miles in the Tessoro and tested in various ways - as you will find out in our inspiration features coming up. But before we give you some ideas of where and why you should use a motorhome like the Tessoro we wanted to bring some information on the Tessoro range and the very interesting 483.

Bristanbul Video Documentary Part 1

Part one of the documentary is here

So as most of our readers will know, the CaravanTimes team were lucky enough to be part of Bailey of Bristols, Bristol to the Bosphoros trip. Travelling 21 countries in 21 days the team did a fantastic job to take the 2 caravans and motorhome cross-continental.