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Although the Welsh capital of Cardiff was once a major industrial hub, over the past few decades it has slowly evolved into one of the UK’s favourite destinations for tourists and culture buffs. Cardiff’s prime location on the Bristol Channel is perfect as a base for exploring South Wales with the convenience of a touring van.

Cardiff is one of the busiest gateways to Wales. It is home to the only major Welsh airport and is just two hours from London by train. Coastal resorts and pristine pastoral districts in Wales have an abundance of motorhome sites which allow drivers to park up close to tourist attractions

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South Wales coastal castle tour:Wales has plentiful historic castles along its southern shoreline. In Cardiff, the old city castle gives a glimpse of things to come. Other fabulous castles in reasonable condition and situated close to the coast include Beaupre, Oystermouth, Kidwelly, Manorbier and Pembroke. Overnight RV parks can be found at Swansea and Pembroke.To the Brecon Beacons and beyond:travelling north from Cardiff is the route for the Brecon Beacons. Hiking is among the main activities here. Llangorse Lake motorhome park is a good base for exploring. On the other side of the hills, the A470 goes to Aberystwyth, where there are other recreational parks.Seaside town tour:from Cardiff, it is possible to drive parallel with the Welsh coast all the way round to Rhyl, on the northeast coast. The route takes in beaches at towns such as Swansea, Cardigan, Aberystwyth, Pwllheli, Bangor and Colwyn Bay. Camping Van parks at Pwllheli or Cardigan are among many en route with facilities.

Road network:Cardiff is well placed on the local road network. The M4 motorway goes to Swansea, while the A470 travels to the Brecon Beacons. There are petrol stations in most of the bigger towns.Speed limits:Urban roads: 30mph, unless specifiedDual carriageways: 60mphMotorways: 70mphAlcohol limits:0.8 per cent, strictly enforced.Safety:driving in Wales is on the left, with roads being well maintained. The AA responds quickly to breakdowns. Using a hand-held mobile phone when driving is illegal.