Welcome to Anglesey Caravan Parks
Whether you are looking for peace and tranquillity or energising coastal walks and water sports our parks are perfectly located. Take your pick from the stunning blue flag beaches of Trearddur Bay and Porthdafarch or choose from one of the many coves and beaches along the coast. Enjoy fantastic days out on the beach for the whole family. You can sit back and enjoy the clean fresh coastal air or take to the water. Kayaking, paddle boarding, rib rides and wind surfing are just some of the activities you can try around the breath taking coastline. With 135 miles of coastal paths Anglesey is a ramblers paradise.
Local Amenities and Attractions
In this area of Outstanding Natural Beauty there are stunning coastal paths – all a stone’s throw away from our parks. Spend your day walking the dog and enjoying the local wildlife. Dolphins and Porpoise are often seen off the coast.
With an excellent array of restaurants and bars within walking distance, you will be spoilt for choice for good eating. Enjoy a meal, a cocktail, or one of the 92 gins that The Black Seal have to offer on the beautiful beachfront. Sample classic pub food at The Trearddur Bay Hotel with its large outside seating area, including a small children’s play area. Treat yourself to the ice creams at The Sea Shanty which also serves a wide selection of food (including breakfast) from morning until late. A short walk around the bay is The Seacroft where you can sit out on the decking and sample the menu or just enjoy a refreshing drink.
Anglesey is an island in Wales, off the mainland’s northwest coast. It’s known for its beaches and ancient sites. The island is accessed by the 19th-century Menai Suspension Bridge and the Britannia Bridge, rebuilt in the 20th century. In the medieval town of Beaumaris, 13th-century Beaumaris Castle has concentric fortifications and a moat. Beaumaris Gaol has Victorian punishment cells and an original tread wheel.