Caravan Holidays in Isle of Anglesey

Discover Anglesey on your next caravan holiday

Choose from bustling towns or solitude in the wonderful countryside - there is something for everyone on a caravan holiday to Anglesey. Enjoy nature and wildlife in the countryside, discover history or relax and unwind at the beach. With numerous activities to choose from including sailing, fishing, surfing or walking, the options are endless. 

Holy Head

Holy Head is the largest town on the Isle of Anglesey, located on Holy Island and known as one of the busiest UK/Irish ferry ports. Enjoy the town centre bursting with shops and restaurants, or explore beyond the town to the rest of the island. Discover the history at St Cybi’s Church or one of the many prehistoric sites such as the Neolithic Trefignath Burial Chamber. Stay active on your caravan holiday and explore the stunning scenery with coastal family walks, country cycle rides or bird watching at South Stack Lighthouse.

Beaumaris

On the East coast of Anglesey lies the delightful town of Beaumaris. The perfect location to take a break from the hustle and bustle and relax on a seaside caravan holiday. Enjoy some family time at the golden sandy beach or stroll down the traditional Victorian pier. Boat trips along the Strait and fishing are popular activities with holiday-makers. The famous Beaumaris Castle offers the opportunity to explore medieval history. Experience the town centre and wander the art galleries, browse independent shops or enjoy delicious food at local restaurants.

Llanddwyn Island

Part of Newborough Warren National Nature Reserve, Llanddwyn Island is the ideal location for a secluded caravan holiday. Clifftops, sand dunes, mudflats and saltmarshes create picturesque landscapes full of beautiful wildlife, including wild welsh mountain ponies. The island is perfect for keen photographers and nature lovers alike. Known for the story of St Dwynwen, Wales’ patron saint of love, explore the legend and visit the ruins of her chapel. Discover maritime history at Twr Bach Beacon and relax with a leisurely walk or cycle around the island.

Cemaes Bay

Originally an ancient fishing village, Cemaes Bay is an idyllic village with miles of unspoilt coastline and historic geology to be found at the Mona Complex. Sailing, windsurfing and surfing are popular along with traditional beach activities. The harbour is the perfect location for some fishing - you can catch anything from crabs to mackerel. Spot birds and beautiful sea life like porpoise when walking or cycling along the breath-taking Anglesey coastal path. The village has everything you need for a caravan holiday including quaint character pubs serving delicious local food.

Parks within Isle of Anglesey
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