Anglesey Attractions

Anglesey is a beautiful island with beaches, lighthouses, forests, wildlife (puffins, seals, porpoises (small dolphins)) and a lot of history dating back to prehistoric times. More recent history includes the Druids and their defence of Anglesey against the invading Romans in the year 60 AD.

There is lots to do while on holiday in Anglesey, and if that wasn’t enough, just across the Menai Straits – (one of the most difficult stretches of water in the UK to navigate in a boat) you will find Snowdonia with it’s own weather climate.

You could be enjoying a sunny day at our museum on Anglesey, enjoying a snack from our cafe while taking in panoramic views of Snowdonia, and you will often see Snowdon with its peak covered in cloud, or even snow! It’s just a 25 minute drive to Llanberis which is found at the foot of Snowdon, the highest peak in England and Wales.

Newborough / LLanddwyn beach – Awesome long beach with nice views of Gwynedd, Snowdonia and the mountains and the Llyn Peninsula. More info

Newborough Warren & Ynys LLanddwyn  (Ynys meaning “Island” in Welsh) – literally just down the road! Ynys Llanddwyn has a small chapel and is rich in legends and history! Read more here

Newborough / LLanddwyn Forest – about 1 mile away from our caravan site. The forest is very big with loads of paths and trails to explore. The forest meets the beach and there is a large car park at the beack side of the forest as well as small car parks in different parts of the forest. The forest also runs close to Malltraeth and there are various car parks along the A4080. Read more here 

LLyn Parc Mawr – On the edge of Newborough Forest and before Malltraeth is is LLyn Parc Mawr (Big lake park), a man made reservoir rich with birds and other wildlife. You can read more about Newborough / Llanddwyn Forest and Llyn Parc Mawr here – there are lots of nice walks in this area and you can see many environments of Anglesey all within a few miles of each other, including beaches, forests, lakes, sand dunes, an estuary and all sorts of wildlife in these areas.

Malltraeth Marsh and Estuary with it’s pub is next to Llyn Parc Mawr. There is a long walk from Newborough / Llanddwyn forest which passes the Lake and with nice views of the estuary and over to the Llyn Peninsula. There is a marsh and estuary rich with bird wildlife, you can read more here.

Aberffraw with it’s rich history, sand dunes and warren, there are some nice coves and small beaches too along the Anglesey coast. See more info on Aberffraw beach here

Trac Mon – Anglesey Racing Circuit, they have lots of events so if you are in to motorsports then they’re well worth a visit. See their website here. If you do happen to enjoy motor sport then perhaps you would be tempted by:

Back down to the south side of Anglesey and a lot closer to our caravan site is:

Pila Palas – a butterfly and nature world situated near Menai bridge – click here.

Anglesey Sea Zoo is about 1 mile south of our site, just 5 miniutes drive from Newborough, a very popular Anglesey Tourist Attraction which also has a cafe and children’s play area and crazy golf – click here.

Foel Farm – A working farm with animals such as horses and cows which you can feed! Tractor rides and all sorts of fun for families with young children.  Reviews here

Don’t forget we have Caffi Nain on site too with 5 start hygeine rating!

There are pubs, tea rooms, restaurants and cafes not far from our caravan site in Newborough, Brynsiencyn, Gaerwen and Llanfairpwll, the closest of which are only a few minutes drive and close to many popular tourist attractions: All of these have very good hygeine ratings and user reviews which you can check on Trip Advisor!

The Codmother Fish and Chip shop in Newborough

The White Lion pub in Newborough

Brynsiencyn a couple of miles away has a chip shop (The Codfather!) and also has:

Groeslon Hotel – a friendly pub which does meals

All of the above are within a few minutes drive of our caravan site!