The best fleet of motorhomes and camper vans for rent in Wales
Although it’s taken time for the information to spread internationally, Wales has long been held as one of the best places for outdoor adventures in the UK. There are roughly 2,700 kilometres of coastline, including the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and the Gower Peninsula. They provide habitats for species from seals to puffins, as well as no shortage of coasteering and sailing opportunities. The country’s north and central areas are known for their mountain landscapes, Snowdonia National Park in the north and the Brecon Beacons National Park in the south. Elsewhere, you’ll be able to explore so much with your motorhome rental in Whales, from the stunning Wye Valley and the incredible ancient earthworks of Offa’s Dyke.
Because of its extensive farmland, both lamb and mutton (the meat of sheep at least two years old) is common on restaurant menus. Seafood is also a frequent addition. Cabbages, leeks, and potatoes are the most usual vegetables and can be tried in Glamorgan sausage (a vegetarian croquette). Cawl is a traditional soup laden with both meat and vegetables, while Welsh rarebit is a type of cheese on toast made using a rich cheese sauce. For snacks, look out for Welsh cakes, which are scone-like cakes popular on St David’s Day, and bara brith, a fruit cake flavoured with tea.