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Campsites in Anglesey

The best Anglesey campsites

Fancy camping on the historic island of Anglesey? Easily reached by a suspension bridge, Anglesey has plenty to offer, including beautiful beaches, history to unearth and outdoor adventures. View our campsites in Anglesey below, FAQs and all the wonderful things to do on holiday here.

Anglesey camping FAQs

How many campsites are there on Anglesey?
We have over 20 member exclusive campsites on Anglesey, find out more about membership to gain access to these.
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Where are the most popular places to camp in Anglesey?
Beaumaris, Rhosneigr and Cernaes are some of the most popular places to camp in Anglesey.
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Which Anglesey campsites are open all year?
You can view opening dates on individual campsite pages or view our year-round Club Sites here.
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Can you wild camp in Anglesey?
The rules on wild camping in the UK are complex; please read our guide to wild camping.
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Which campsites in Anglesey are adult only?
Most of campsites in Anglesey are family friendly but a selection of our campsites are adult only.
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Which campsites in Anglesey are dog friendly?
Most campsites allow dogs, but you can check for dog friendly facility icons on individual campsite pages or view all of our dog friendly campsites.
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Things to see and do when camping in Anglesey

A camping trip to Anglesey won’t leave you short of things to do and places to explore. Whether you’re an adventure seeker or prefer a more tranquil holiday, these campsites are all perfectly located.

Explore the Anglesey coastline

With 125 miles of coastline, Anglesey is well known for beautiful beaches, wonderful watersports and stunning backdrops for a seaside stroll. Wherever you camp in Anglesey, you’ll find yourself close to the beach. Some of the most popular beaches in Anglesey include:

• Rhosneigr Beach
• Benllech Beach
• Llanddwyn Beach
• Aberffraw Bay
• Lligwy Bay

Aside from visiting the beach, there are plenty of coastal attractions to enjoy some of the best views Anglesey offers. South Stack Lighthouse is a must-visit with spectacular views alongside fascinating history. Anglesey has rich coastal wildlife. Boat tours are popular with holidaymakers looking for seals, puffins, and other migratory birds. Another popular way to enjoy the sea in Anglesey is fishing which you can do from the shore or on a boat trip.

Family attractions in Anglesey

Whether you’re a big kid or camping with little ones, these attractions are brilliant.

• Discover which creatures live in the waters around Britain at Anglesey Sea Zoo. Here you’ll get to see jellyfish, lobsters, seahorses, starfish and even octopus! Great for a day out in all weather.
• Foel Farm Park is a small family-run farm offering the chance to meet and feed animals, enjoy mini tractor rides, brave the giant jumping pillows and much more. There’s a café and shop selling hand-made chocolates so adults can enjoy the visit as much as the kids will.
• Pili Palas Nature World is a brilliant attraction for kids in all weathers, offering a butterfly house, bird house, cuddly pet corner and much more. From meeting miniature goats to seeing giant spiders, kids will come alive in this family-friendly attraction.
• Anglesey Model Village will delight kids of all ages as you wander through tiny replicas of Anglesey landmarks. There’s a play area, picnic area and tearoom, so you can easily make a day of it.
Beaumaris Castle is one of the most popular attractions for those visiting Anglesey. The almost symmetrical castle has prominent turrets along its weather-worn walls where kids can imagine themselves back in the 13th-century.

Other attractions in Anglesey

Anglesey Abbey is a Jacobean-style house with beautifully maintained gardens. There's something for everyone to enjoy with a Visitor Centre, outdoor fun for kids, a restaurant and shop.
• The rugged walk onto Holyhead Mountain offers breathtaking coastal views along cliff-top paths. This is a challenge for experienced walkers but well worth the effort.
• Newborough National Nature Reserve and Forest has beaches, footpaths and waymarked walking trails to explore. The area has brilliant wildlife spotting credentials with a dedicated Red Squirrel Trail.

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