In Dyfed there are ample sites for static caravans, pitches for touring caravans, tents and campers set in holiday parks and campsites giving you the freedom to choose where to go and how to do it without costing the earth.
You can visit places such as Aberystwyth and stroll along the main sea front, lie on the beach, see the sites of the harbours, marina and promenade. Those who wish to stretch their legs can tackle the steep Constitution Hill, although the Electric Cliff Railway is on hand if you would rather take a seat and admire the views of the sea front. Your stroll around Aberystwyth can also take you to the ruins of its nineteenth century castle where you can admire the gardens and even play a game of crazy golf and have a picnic.
For a different mode of touring around the area caravanners will enjoy a ride on the Vale of Rheidol Railway that once linked mines in this region. It is a fantastic way to take a moment to enjoy the countryside. The service terminates at the Devil’s Bridge; a small town where you can go and view the popular site of its unusual stacked bridges and learn the story behind them, the trip will also take you to see its stunning waterfall before you head back on the train.