Cardiff Airport Holidays and Flights
Cardiff Airport (CWL) is the main international airport for Wales, and serves more than 1.3 million travellers every year. Several airlines fly to more than 50 destinations across the UK, Europe and further afield, so holidaymakers in Wales and southeast England have a huge choice of holiday hotspots within easy reach! Why not spend the weekend in the gorgeous city of Rome? Packed with history, it also boasts superb shopping, restaurants and nightlife! Or maybe you’d like a winter getaway to the perennially popular Canary Islands? You could soak up the sun in Lanzarote or Tenerife, or hike across the spectacular volcanic landscapes! The stunning beaches of the Algarve in Portugal might be calling - and why not? The vibrant resorts, fabulous food and endless sunshine have made the Algarve a fantastic destination for all kinds of travellers. Why not head to Dalaman or the Costa Dorada with the family, or chill out with your partner in one of the beautiful Greek Islands? Conveniently located just 12 miles from the centre of Cardiff, the airport enjoys fast and easy public transport links via rail and bus, plus plenty of parking. Whether you want to head off to some winter sun with friends, enjoy a romantic city break with your partner, or take the family on a fabulous summer holiday, you’ll find the perfect break departing from Cardiff Airport here at www.loveholidays.com!
How to get there?
Getting to and from Cardiff Airport is simple and straightforward, especially thanks to the excellent public transport links between the airport and Cardiff city centre. If you’re travelling by public transport then you have a wide range of options including the T9 Cardiff Airport Express Bus Service which leaves the city centre every half hour on a daily basis and the 905 bus which runs between Rhoose Rails Interchange, St Athan and Cardiff Airport every day. Travelling by train is also easy and fast; trains run hourly from Cardiff city centre to the airport (once every two hours on Sunday). Once you arrive, there is a cheap shuttle bus service between the station and the airport which takes just ten minutes. Public transport is even simple if you’re travelling from parts of the UK outside of Wales; most major towns and cities are serviced by coach services which will take you to and from Cardiff Airport.
Driving to the airport is equally easy. Just take the exit at junction 33 on the M4 and follow the clear signs along the A4232, A4050, and A4226 which will direct you to the airport. There is a free drop off centre outside the airport, as well as a short stay car park.