Anglesey Holiday Parks
Lodges, Caravans , Glamping & Touring Parks in Anglesey
There's a very good reason why Anglesey has held a special place for us as a top holiday destination, in fact there are several; amazing sandy beaches, winding coastal paths, nature reserves and ancient monuments all make Anglesey a must see island.
Nearly all of Anglesey's coastline is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and makes for a fabulous adventure discovering the unique landscape by foot or by bike. But who can resist a beautiful beach? Wide open stretches of sand lead to safe swimming areas for the kids and isolated bays and coves hide rock pools just waiting to be explored.
Anglesey is the perfect Welsh holiday destination whatever the season. When it comes to booking your next lodge or caravan holiday, or if you're looking to buy your own holiday home, Anglesey should be top of your holiday list!
With over 40 holiday parks dotted around the island, you are never far from the local attractions and stunning landscapes. From medieval castles, glorious beaches, lakes, walking and cycling paths and museums - there is something for all the family to enjoy.
The Moveable Feast
The Moveable Feast is a food festival held on Anglesey every August. With some fabulous live music, you can wander around the stalls which feature some great new veggie and vegan options, local produce, local breweries, local distilleries and local craft stalls. This is an event for all the family, including your 4 legged friends who are very welcome as long as they are kept on a lead. Adults £3, children under 12 go free.
Caernarfon Castle is recognised around the world as one of the greatest buildings of the Middle Ages. This 700 year old fortress sits on the banks of the River Seiont that separates Anglesey from mainland Wales. The castle was part of Edward I’s other fortification projects at Conwy, Beaumaris and Harlech and is a World Heritage Site. Caernarfon Castle is well worth a visit no matter which holiday park you are staying on. It is open to the public every days except for 25,25,26 December and 1 January.
Beaumaris Castle on the Island of Anglesey is the great unfinished masterpiece and has World Heritage status. It was built as one of the 'iron ring' of North Wales castles by the English monarch Edward I, to stamp his authority on the Welsh. This was part of his fortification plan includes other magnificent castles of such as Caernafon and Conwy Castle.