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- On the Coast
- Disabled Facilities
- Pub 'on foot'
- Shop 'on foot'
- Child and Baby Friendly
- Credit Cards Accepted
- Cyclists Accepted
- Walker Friendly
- Own Parking
- Rural Location
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Bagnol Caravan Park is a holiday park based in Trearddur Bay, on the west coast of the Isle of Anglesey. The park is within walking distance of a marvelous sandy beach, with interesting coves, where you can spend each holiday absorbing the stunning natural landscapes of the North Wales Island.
Bagnol Caravan Park is home to 161 static caravan pitches, each with its own spectacular view toward the sea. There is also the facility for camping, tourer caravans and motorhomes at the park. Unique to the park is a set of wooden carvings by Australian sculptor Andy Hancock. You will find these sculptures throughout the park taking form as animals and birds, made from solid wood. A truly unique feature of the park.
There is plenty to do within the Treaddur Bay area, meaning each holiday which you take within your holiday home at Bagnol Caravan Park will be different from the last. The sandy beaches of Treaddur Bay are only minutes from the park, where days can be spent swimming, sunbathing, snorkeling and sub-aqua diving at this Blue Flag rated beach.
The park is also easily located within a short distance to all the amenities which you could need including local shops, pubs and bars and local restaurants which serve fresh seafood daily which is caught on the island.
This particular area of Anglesey is perfect for those who enjoy fishing, with fresh bait available daily from the local suppliers. If fishing isnt for you, there are many walking trails, both beach and headland footpaths, which allow you to explore the island at your own pace.
If youre interested in Welsh culture and history, you have definitely come to the right place. The Isle of Anglesey is home to the 18th century Plas Newydd Country House set on the shore of the Menai Strait and also Beaumaris Castle which looks across to Llandudno.