Static Caravan Sites in North Wales near Great Attractions

Static Caravan Sites in North Wales

Static caravan sites in North Wales are going to be busy this year with an event packed calendar in the region. From medieval jousting to flying along zip wires, it’s all happening! Owners renting out caravans will have a good year as tourists flock to the area, seeking thrills and even skills! Zip World’s new attraction At Easter, Zip World is opening a new adventure activity that will have you flying among the trees on rail borne toboggans. Check out the video below for a preview. Add that to their already popular attractions of zip lines and Bounce Below, you can guarantee there will be thousands of people looking for accommodation this year. Static caravan sites in North Wales at Towyn are only around 40…

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One of the Best Static Caravan Sites in Cornwall for Boardmasters Week

Best static caravan sites in Cornwall, Boardmasters week

Planning to go to Boardmasters Week this year? Here is one of the best the best static caravan sites in Cornwall to book accommodation. Boardmasters Week held annually on Fistral Beach near Newquay is happening between the 9th and 13th of August this year.  Thousands will be heading to the South West for the event so if you want to get into one of the best static caravan sites in Cornwall we suggest you book early. The Fistral beach festival is one of the most popular in the county with BMX, surfing (both professional and amateur) and skating competitions. The Beach Bar area is a great vantage point to watch the competitions. There will be plenty of barbecue food, drink and music to enjoy.  Music…

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Ancient Traditions for Easter in Wales

Easter in Wales

Will you be spending Easter in Wales this year?  If you are here are some Welsh traditions you might find interesting about. If you are renting a caravan in Wales over the Easter break, join with the locals and have some fun. There will be plenty of Easter parades and events across the region. Good Friday Good Friday (Dydd Gwener y Groglith) falls on 14 April this year and on this day the Welsh used to make their way to church barefoot so as not to unsettle the land. Also on this day many children would be seen collecting reeds from the river to make a ‘bed for Christ’.  The reeds would be woven into an effigy of a man, who would be placed on…

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