Pontins Reviews

The Pontins Parks

Whichever Pontins centre you choose you’re certain of great activities and amusement, located just minutes from the beach.

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Southport Prestatyn Brean Sands Sand Bay Camber Sands Pakefield

Camber Sands

Found near the ancient town of Rye, Camber Sands can boast seven miles of award winning Blue Flag beach where you can enjoy more hours of sunshine per day than most other parts of Britain. You can visit historic places like the White Cliff of Dover to the east, or 1066 country to the west. Visit the famous battlefield near Hastings.
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Brean Sands

Located on the impressive West Country coast, Brean Sands is a golden beached jewel. Noteworthy places nearby are the world renown Glastonbury, Cheddar Gorge and Wookey Hole. The historic city of Bristol lays a short drive away across the Clifton Suspension Bridge.
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Prestatyn Sands

Situated on the North Wales coast, Prestatyn has such stunning scenery right on its doorstep. Snowdonia National Park is just a few miles away, where you will be in awe at the rugged terrain. You cannot fail to be enchanted by the Welsh Mountain Zoo. A delight for all ages are the three beaches at Prestatyn: Ffrith, Central and Barkby.
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Sand Bay

The adults only holiday park with a more relaxed atmosphere, Sand Bay is situated on the Somerset coast in pleasant landscaped grounds. Choose to stay with either half board or full-board catering options. There are plenty of adult orientated facilities and entertainment on the park as well as places to visit nearby.
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There are many striking coastal views for the lovers of the great outdoors. Large sandy beaches with sheltered dunes for you to roam in. Southport has all the qualities for a fun packed holiday for all to enjoy.
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Set in a striking seaside area, Pakefield is close to the Pleasurewood Hills theme park near Lowestoft. Suffolk presents a multitude of activities including wildlife watching, beachcombing and canal boating on its woodlands, inland waterways, heaths, marshlands and secluded coast.
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