As a small island, Anglesey boasts some of the best beaches in the world, many with Blue Flag status. Llandwyn, Newborough, Aberfraw and Rhosneigr are all a short drive or cycle and are all very different.


Anglesey's relative isolation and microclimate produce a diverse and often unusual range of plants and animals. Red squirrels may be seen across the island, including nearby Newborough Forest. Wetland habitats are home to a huge variety of birds and insects. On the shores seals, porpoises and puffins are commonly sighted.


In addition to beach activities, there are a range of attractions suited to the odd overcast or rainy day. The Anglesey Sea Zoo is just a five minute drive from the campsite and horse riding facilities are even closer. Nearby Plas Newydd (National Trust property), in an idyllic setting on the Menai Straights, has many artistic, architectural and botanical wonders. In Anglesey there are many towns and villages to visit, archeological sites to explore, boat trips, beautiful walks and attractive cycling routes.