When you think of your honeymoon, I’m guessing your mind didn’t immediately jump to Wales, and that’s okay! But now take a few minutes, and actually consider visiting Wales in a campervan for your honeymoon. We’ll tell you why to take a campervan, and the most romantic honeymoon destinations within Wales. And why Wales? This stunning country is severely underrated, as many forget the dramatic mountains, breathtaking coastlines and picturesque villages it holds. You get to stay closer to home, avoid time wasted on travel and keep your holiday on a budget. Whether you’re from Wales, live in Wales, or simply feel like trying something new, this is the honeymoon destination for you!
Have you been craving a getaway but don’t necessarily want to travel too far? How about going on a road trip to Wales? Wales is one of the most breathtaking places in Europe, filled with wonderful nature and beautiful cities, so it makes for the perfect holiday, whether you want to go on a long weekend or a two week trip with a Goboony campervan. In this blog post, we give you some of the must-see spots of this beautiful land, so your Wales road trip is a truly unforgettable and great experience!
If you’re searching for peace and tranquility, then look no further than the charming Isle of Anglesey. Once you’ve been lucky enough to spend a day among their rolling green hills, never-ending views and crystal waters, you’ll never want to leave. Anglesey is filled with numerous delights and gems, and so we’ve compiled our top 7 reasons to visit Anglesey. From basking in history to spotting the cutest squirrels, there is something for everyone on this little island. The only way to make this Anglesey even better? By visiting in a motorhome and pitching at one of the best campsites in Anglesey, which you’ll also learn about in this blog!
Carved out during the last Ice Age, Snowdonia’s rugged beauty is a breathtaking sight to behold. Some of the best walks in Snowdonia allow you to explore this enchanting landscape and discover its ancient tales, natural wonders and industrial heritage. While the national park may be most famous for Wales’ highest peak, Snowdon, there is so much more to discover in this wonderful area! We have chosen our 5 favourite walks in Snowdon National Park to help you make the most of your time in this unforgettable corner of Wales.