Each camping site, caravan park and holiday park is shown on the map below. Click on a pin to see the full information about the site. If there are circles with numbers in them that means there are several sites close together, so zoom in on the map to see the individual pins.
Gold pins represent Premium Listed Parks.
Below the map is the list of the sites and parks. Please click on the names on the individual listings to see a street view map.
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Shoreside Caravan and Camping Park is situated on the outskirts of the village of Rhosneigr and is within a few minutes walk of two of Anglesey's finest beaches.
St. David's Park
Red Wharf Bay
St David's Holiday Park in North Wales is a renowned camping and holiday lodge destination situated on the beautiful Isle of Anglesey overlooking Red Wharf Bay with its own private beach, a fabulous restaurant and boat slipway.
Lon Bryn Mair
Family run campsite amid stunning Welsh countryside
This family owned farm & 3* campsite is a great base for exploring Anglesey because it is situated a short drive from Holyhead, great for the ferries or day trips, however you chose to spend your holiday or short-break time - walking, cycling & more.
Llanfair Yn Neubwll
Pen-y-Llyn Caravan Site can provide you with a relaxing haven where you can breathe the clean, crisp, fresh sea air and recharge your batteries.
On the East coast of the Isle of Anglesey, set in scenic countryside, landscaped on different levels, Home Farm offers a secluded, tranquil & quiet location with touring and camping pitches plus privately owned luxury holiday lodges and holiday homes
Set on the edge of the Menai Strait, offering an unrivalled blend of exciting facilities including custom built luxury spa, indoor pool and country club on the stunning Isle of Anglesey.
Ty?n Rhos Caravan Park is located on the outskirts of the small village of Moelfre and is about 4-miles from Bodafon Park.
This small site welcomes families & couples to enjoy its well maintained facilities. There is a public house on site with an attractive beer garden & restaurant, serving home prepared meals.
Some information about Anglesey from Campsite Finder Online, your online guide to camping and caravanning.
Anglesey is a relatively low-lying island with low hills such as Parys Mountain, Cadair Mynachdy (\"chair of the monastery\", or Monachdy; there is a Nanner, \"convent\", not far away), Mynydd Bodafon and Holyhead Mountain. The island is separated from the Welsh mainland by the Menai Strait, which at its narrowest point is about 250 metres (270 yd) wide.
Anglesey has several small towns scattered around the island, making it quite evenly populated. Beaumaris (Welsh: Biwmares), in the east of the island, features Beaumaris Castle, built by Edward I as part of his campaign in North Wales. Beaumaris acts as a yachting centre for the region, with many boats moored in the bay or off Gallows Point. The village of Newborough (Welsh: Niwbwrch), in the south, created when the townsfolk of Llanfaes were relocated to make way for the building of Beaumaris Castle, includes the site of Llys Rhosyr, another of the courts of the mediaeval Welsh princes, which features one of the oldest courtrooms in the United Kingdom. Llangefni is located in the centre of the island and is also the island\'s administrative centre.
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