Motorhome Hire Cardiff

Cardiff, the capital of Wales, is a great location to begin a Welsh adventure! The ancient capital brims with a wealth of attractions and serves as an ideal location to collect a motorhome hire and explore! The city is a short drive from attractions that are well worth a visit. Secure your motorhome hire Cardiff with Camperbug and begin your Welsh adventure. Hop in your motorhome rental and drive out to the majestic monastic ruins of the medieval Tintern Abbey. Set a smooth 45 minutes from Cardiff; the abbey is one of the best-preserved monasteries in Wales. For sun, sand and waves drive into one hour into Gower and set up camp by any of the spectacular Gower beaches. Rhossili Bay and its three heavenly miles of golden sands are a particular favourite with surfers and sun worshippers. <

Cruise into the Vale of Neath to picnic by a lovely waterfall. Long known as waterfall country, the area overflows with idyllic woodlands, steep valleys and striking mountain scenery. The highest mountain in South Wales, Pen y Fan rests an hour’s drive from the capital in the Brecon Beacons National Park. Zoom over to the Newport Wetlands to view a host of wildlife, bugs and birds and spend a great day out learning about nature. The Dare Valley Country Park lies 45 minutes from the capital and spreads out over 500 acres of countryside – perfect for escaping the bustle and wild camping! Speak to motorhome owners in Caerphilly, Pontypridd. Barry, Penarth and Cardiff to secure your van today!

  • Cardiff Castle
    • Name:Cardiff
    • Pop:335,145
    • Photo Credit: Tevfik Teker
    • Description: Cardiff Castle
    • Lat Long:51.4816° N, 3.1791° W,
    • Places to explore and rent from in Cardiff

    • https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/e/e5/Howardian_Nature_Reserve%2C_Cardiff._-_geograph.org.uk_-_48382.jpgHowardian Nature Reserve, Cardiff. One of the first examples of a statutory nature reserve established on a former domestic refuse site. Established in 1973 and declared a local nature reserve in 1991.
      • Name:Cardiff
      • Pop: 335,145
      • Photo Credit:Steve Chapple
      • Description: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/e/e5/Howardian_Nature_Reserve%2C_Cardiff._-_geograph.org.uk_-_48382.jpgHowardian Nature Reserve, Cardiff. One of the first examples of a statutory nature reserve established on a former domestic refuse site. Established in 1973 and declared a local nature reserve in 1991.
      • Lat Long:51.4816° N, 3.1791° W,

      Cardiff

    • Creigiau Gleision, seen from the south
      • Name:Creigiau
      • Pop: 2,380.
      • Photo Credit:Stemonitis
      • Description: Creigiau Gleision, seen from the south
      • Lat Long:51.5261° N, 3.3281° W,

      Creigiau

    • St. Catwg's Church - Pentyrch
      • Name:Pentyrch
      • Pop: 2,287
      • Photo Credit:Mick Lobb
      • Description: St. Catwg's Church - Pentyrch
      • Lat Long:51.5288° N, 3.2944° W,

      Pentyrch

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