View and book your next caravan holiday at one of many caravan parks on the wonderful island of Anglesey, choose from coastal caravan sites, holiday parks with pools, near beaches, dog-friendly or those with family entertainment. Anglesey is the number one must visit holiday destination for many families and the caravan parks offer superb value for short breaks and adventure holidays for the whole family. The Island has many magnificent beaches, ancient castles, secluded coves and wonderful natural attractions. It is the perfect destination for seaside breaks and long family holidays. If you’re visiting the island for the first time or you’re a repeat visitor book a luxury mobile home, they make ordinary holidays extraordinary.
SLEEPS UP TO 6, FROM £280.00 TO £400.00 PER WEEK RENTAL
Come and enjoy a fabulous Caravan Holiday here on Anglesey
Bryn the Mobile home is situated in its own paddock minutes from glorious sandy beaches and with Stunning views of the
Snowdonia Mountain Dance
SLEEPS UP TO 4, FROM £395.00 TO £495.00 PER WEEK RENTAL
Two bedrooms with double beds one with a door leading out to a private patio area. There is a spacious lounge with picture window with spectacular views across the bay to The Great Orme, Puffin Island and the Snowdon range.
The holiday caravan is a Willerby Granada 31 ft. x 10 ft. and is at the top of a meadow planted with native trees. At the bottom of the meadow, there are two ponds. Our prize-winning garden is open for your enjoyment.
Clai Mawr is the perfect setting for a healthy, carefree log cabin rental. Totally noncommercial, we are located in a small valley just a short distance from the beaches but with a peaceful country atmosphere and WIFI.
Kingsbridge Caravan and Camping Park is a quite family run park located in an area of outstanding natural beauty;- we aim to provide first class facilities for those wishing to escape the hectic pace of modern living.
Lakeside Lodges located in a stunning location surrounded by the magnificent countryside and peaceful rolling hills and nearby bays and beaches. Lodges are designed to the highest standards combining rustic appeal and modern luxury.
Seasonal Pitches only, at Tyddyn Isa Farm, Bodafon, Caravan Park.
Refresh your mind, body, and soul by caravanning with us. On Anglesey, no park comes close to Tyddyn Isa Caravan Park for peace and tranquility.
SLEEPS UP TO 6, FROM £250.00 TO £610.00 PER WEEK RENTAL
An Award Winning 5* Caravan Park is a quaint garden park of only 10 caravans, each with its own outside area. The park is sheltered and peaceful, surrounded by trees, bushes and flowers, with ample space between caravans.
Many of the Islands caravan parks are located in peaceful areas far away from roads and busy towns. They offer plenty of relaxation and are perfect for safe family holidays. Some are set near lovely coastal walks and sandy beaches and are ideal for romantic breaks. Anglesey’s coast is its most beautiful feature. It is an Area of ...Outstanding Natural Beauty and a hub for walkers and bird watchers. It has beaches of all shapes and sizes, large ones popular with families and small ones perfect for romantic picnics. Some of the beaches are so big they host sporting events in summer. 6 have won the coveted Blue Flag award while 7 others have won a Seaside Award. Special ones to look out for include Rhosneigr, Newborough, Cemaes, Llanddona, Borthwen, Aberffraw, Porth Trecastell, and Lligwy Bay. Lligwy Bay is truly unique as it offers regular sightings of dolphins and seals. If you love adventure and excitement, you’ll love Anglesey. The area offers stimulating activities such as horse riding, wreck fishing, sailing, golf, canoeing, quad biking, rib rides, woodland rambling, and painting. You can also try out different activities in the mountainous region of Snowdonia. These include hiking, mountain climbing, mountain biking, and rock climbing. You don’t have to be an avid bird watcher to visit South Stack. While it is popular for bird watching, many people visit the area for the breathtaking scenery. Different types of birds call the South Stack Cliffs their home. These include puffins, choughs, razorbills, and guillemots. Telescopes are provided at the Visitor Center for avid bird watchers. This house boasts a beautiful location on the Menai Strait. It is owned by the National Trust and dates back to the eighteenth century. It is home to an Australian arboretum, a military museum, and an exhibition of paintings from the 1930s by Rex Whistler. There are numerous things to see along the 125-mile path. Archaeologists will enjoy visiting one of Britain’s biggest collections of ancient sites and geologists will be delighted by the many rock types found here. There are different bird species found along the path making it perfect for nature lovers. History buffs also won’t feel left behind as they get to enjoy visits from famous figures such as Charles Dickens and Oliver Cromwell. The Copper Kingdom is one of Anglesey’s most fascinating attractions. It is found in Amlwch on the spectacular Parys Mountain. The mine dates back to the 1800s and was once the largest in the world. Copper was mined at the mountain and transported to Amlwch Port for further processing. Afterward, it was packed and shipped to different parts of the world. There is a centre at Amlwch Port that tells visitors this story. Beaumaris castle gives visitors a rare opportunity to explore it unhurriedly. The castle was the last great one built by King Edward I in the thirteenth century. While it was never completed, it is just as beautiful as the most magnificent castles in Wales. It is a World Heritage Site that boasts a lot of architectural detail. Visit it and get blown away by the detail and imagination that went into its construction.
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