The Isle of Anglesey is a stunning region, shaped by wild and beautiful beaches and cliffs. For active and more restful holidays alike, the varied coastline provides an ideal location for water sports, boat trips, freshwater fishing and enchanting sea life. The holiday parks in Anglesey offer static caravans, holiday homes, glamping, touring holidays, chalets, lodges or cottages. You will find plenty of choice on our website with something to suit all tastes and budgets.
Along the Anglesey coast you’ll find an excellent array of wildlife and plants. A visit to South Stack will give you views of the puffins nesting in the cliffs, and you may even get a glimpse of grey seals, dolphins or porpoises. The landscape is so diverse in the area that you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to getting out and about.
Explore estuaries, climb over sandy dunes or experience the woodland, marshes and inland lakes. It’s all right on your doorstep. The Isle of Anglesey has been named as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. So you’ll be treated to some incredible cinematic views.
There’s a sense of history in the air at The Dingle Local Nature Reserve. The gorgeous 25-acre woodland is tucked away in a valley created by glacial meltwater during the last ice age. Here you’ll find an abundance of creatures including woodpeckers, foxes, bats and kingfishers. Don’t forget your picnic, as there’s plenty of beautifully sculpted benches and tables to sit at.
Llanddwyn Island isn’t truly an island, as during the highest tides it’s still attached to the mainland. However, it’s ideal for an afternoon adventure. Part of the Newborough Warran Nature Reserve this large rocky outcrop is home to historic buildings hidden amongst the undulating dunes.
Plas Newydd house and Garden is a National Trust mansion that sits with stunning views of Snowdonia. Stroll around the 40 acres of seasonal gardens, taking in the impressive rhododendrons, magnolias and the aromatic eucalyptus in The Arboretum. Inside, you’ll be able to get a closer look at the work of painter, Rex Whistler, including a display of his unfinished pieces.
If you’re a fan of military history, Beaumaris is the perfect day out. Edward I built Beaumaris as one of his last strongholds. He designed the fortress for size and almost perfect symmetry. His unfinished masterpiece is excellent for finding out more about the history of the area.
You will find over 40 holiday parks and campsites offering a range of holiday accommodation; from luxury lodges to glamping pods, and static caravans – but if you fancy bringing your own tent or motorhome – many of the Isle of Anglesey holiday parks provide first class facilities for motor homes, touring caravans and those that just want to pitch their tent for a couple of days.
Go wild with an Isle of Anglesey break. Browse a range of excellent holiday parks in Anglesey offering holiday homes, glamping, touring holidays, chalets, lodges and cottages.