Brodawel - Caravan and Camping Holidays
Brodawel - Caravan and Camping Holidays
Brodawel - Caravan and Camping Holidays


With miles of beautiful coastline dotted with sandy beaches and dramatic cliffs, Glamorgan is the perfect holiday destination for all the family. Whether you’re looking just to relax on golden sands or get active in the surf or want to experience intense thrills you’ll find it all here. Our main attraction is the fantastic coastline, but there’s also a wealth of other attractions that’ll make your visit one you won’t forget.

food & DRINK...

Food & DRINK...

Porthcawl and the surrounding area feature a wealth of eating options, from coffee shops and cafes to pubs and restaurants. And, of course, we have guest caterers visiting the Park check our facebook page for details.

Nottage, Porthcawl
Nottage hosts 3 pubs around the Village Green, The Rose & Crown, The Farmers Arms and The Swan Inn – all within a 10 minute walk.

Something’s Cooking...
There is something for all tastes and budgets, but here are a few of our favourites...
Cosy Corner Lounge
Isabellas restaurant
The Harbour Bar and Kitchen
Double Zero Pizza
Jaipur Indian restaurant
Beales Fish & Chip Restaurant
The Boathouse Fish Bar
Costa Coffee
The Angel, Maudlam
The Prince of Wales, Kenfig
El Prados, Laleston
The Pelican, Ogmore-by-Sea
Afternoon tea at The Great House
The Pickled Radish
Sunday Lunch at The Atlantic Hotel or The Fairways or The Grove Golf Club



With so many beautiful beaches to explore we’ve listed our top ten favourites, but there are many more to chose from.

  • Rest Bay
  • Pink Bay
  • Sker Point
  • Newton
  • Dunraven Bay
  • Monknash
  • Golf Bay
  • Ogmore-by-Sea
  • Llantwit Major (fossil hunting)
  • Aberavon Beach

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Art & Craft...

When you consider the awesomne scenery its no surprise Bridgend and the surrounding area features dozens of galleries and exhibitions - some even offering you the chance to get stuck in yourself.

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Bike hire

Porthcawl Bike Hire

Merthyr Mawr Sand Dunes Wales Coast Path boardwalk Ogmore Castle Parc Slip Nature Reserve Nash Point Lighthouse Bryngarw Country Park Castell Coch


Blast Kiteboarding

Bridgend Miniature Railway

Bridgend Miniature Railway

Learn to Surf

Porthcawl Surf School

horse riding on a beach

Ogmore Farm Riding


Adventures Centre

try a round of golf

Try a round of golf


Other Walks

From serious walkers to family meanders there are routes to suit all. Don’t forget your camera- you never know what you’ll find
These are our top 10 favourite walks:

1. Nottage Circular Walk
2. Nottage to Newton
3. Kenfig Nature Reserve
4. Merthyr Mawr Sand dunes
5. Stepping stones at Ogmore-by-Sea to Merthyr Mawr
6. Margam Country Park
7. Blue bell woods by St. Brides Major
8. Rest bay- Porthcawl- Merthyr Mawr
9. Parc Slip Nature Reserve
10.The Golden Cups, Southerndown to Dunraven Bay

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Family Days Out...

Margam Country Park

Margam Country Park

Steeped in history, wildlife and natural beauty, there’s something for everyone to do. From walking to cycling, orienteering, coarse fishing, watching the deer, geocaching or just enjoying the wonderful environment the Park provides. For a more formal 'adventure' book a session with Margam Park Adventure, they offer canoeing, kayaking, archery, mountain biking, stand-up paddle boarding, raft-building and nordic walking. Why not try Go Ape , the UK’s No.1 tree top adventure. Take to the trees and speed down zip slides, an exciting course of rope bridges, Tarzan swings and crossings; all set high above the forest floor.



Swansea LC2 WaterPark

Swansea LC2 WaterPark

Oakwood Theme Park

Oakwood Theme Park

Wiggleys fun Farm

Wiggleys fun farm


St Fagans

Castle Coch....

Castell Coch

A day visit to Castle Coch (Red Castle) is a must. Created by the ‘eccentric genius’ William Burges who was given free rein by his paymaster, John Patrick Crichton-Stuart, the 3rd marquess of Bute, to create a rural retreat to complement the opulence of his main residence at Cardiff Castle.