Known as the gateway to Wales, the county of Flintshire is superbly located with beautiful stretches of coastline, mysterious woodlands and dramatic mountains creating an excellent base for an active caravan holiday.
To the North you can bird watch along the Dee Estuary, and to the west you can immerse yourself in the stunning purple heather-clad summits of the Clwydian Range – an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. As well as fantastic scenery, Flintshire has a deep and extraordinary heritage - you’ll find an abundance of historic landmarks and castles to explore.
Talacre Beach is fantastic for a day of seaside fun with miles of world-famous sand dunes and the charming lighthouse forms a picture-perfect setting. Wander the traditional market town of Mold, where you can browse its independent shops and unwind in the selection of cafés. To experience one of the Seven Wonders of Wales, visit Holywell which boasts St Winefride’s Well – also home to a famous Welsh legend.