Rolling green hills by our holiday caravan park in Barmouth Bay, North Wales.

                A man zip-wiring through the forest.

Things to do near Barmouth Bay

With mountains, hills and valleys surrounding three sides of our Park and a glorious sandy beach in the front, if escaping from the hustle and bustle of daily life is what you’re after, then this really is the place to come!

Things to do in North Wales

Home to the spectacular Snowdonia National Park, North Wales offers one of the UK’s most dramatic backdrops. From soaring peaks to crystal blue lakes, and rolling hills that stretch all the way to a rugged coastline, there’s no better place to get away from it all.

Between those stunning vistas, you’ll also find a range of pretty towns, mining villages and an impressive lineup of attractions to fill out your holiday itinerary with. Things to do in Snowdonia range from gliding over quarries, sailing through caverns, journeying through forests and ascending some truly monumental mountains.

Places to visit

Shell Island

Shells, shells and more beautiful shells!

Drive time: Between 10 and 20 minutes

Dog friendly: Yes

Visit towns close to Barmouth Bay


Follow The Barmouth Heritage Trail around the centre of Barmouth and see the town highlights, places that have played a part in this history and given the town its character.

Drive time: Less than 10 minutes

Dog friendly: Yes.


Dolgellau nestled at the foot of Cader Idris in Snowdonia National Park, Wales, is a picturesque market town renowned for its stunning landscapes, rich history, and outdoor adventures including the Coed y Brenin Forest Park and Cymer Abbey.

Drive time: Between 20 and 45 minutes

Dog friendly: Yes



Harlech, is a charming town renowned for its historic castle, breathtaking scenery, and sandy beaches. Explore Harlech Castle, Royal St. David's Golf Club, Harlech Theatre and the historic town centre.

Drive time: Between 10 and 20 minutes

Dog friendly: Yes


Porthmadog offers a blend of natural beauty, cultural attractions, and outdoor adventures, making it an ideal destination for history enthusiasts, outdoor adventurers, and anyone seeking to explore the stunning landscapes of North Wales.

Drive time: Between 20 and 45 minutes

Dog friendly: Yes


Where to stay in North Wales

After long days spent exploring these North Wales attractions, you’ll need somewhere comfy and calm to recharge your batteries come the evening. Combining a beautiful beachside setting with a whole host of little luxuries, Barmouth Bay Holiday Park should cover all the bases. Choose between our cabin-style lodges and cosy caravans, while breaking up your time with activities such as our on-site pool and hot tubs.

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