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Lying of the coast of Wales is an island of unsurpassed beauty, and a wonderfully relaxing backdrop for a host of activities and attractions – discover its delights for yourself at our holiday parks in Anglesey. Last refuge of the Druids, and dotted with standing stones and burial chambers, Anglesey is connected to the mainland by two bridges over the Menai Strait, whose shores are also the setting for Wales’ largest marine aquarium, the Anglesey Sea Zoo.
The coastline is perhaps the main attraction here. A designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and a paradise for walkers and bird watchers taking caravan holidays in Anglesey, it also offers glorious, family friendly beaches and resorts. Rhosneigr and Trearddur Bay on Holy Island are particularly good for water sports too. The nearby town of Holyhead is the main ferry port for trips to Ireland and lies within easy reach of our holiday parks in Anglesey.
As well as being the setting for a splendid castle built by Edward I, and the fascinating Museum of Childhood, the elegant town of Beaumaris is the place to head for puffin and seal watching cruises – surely a highlight of a stay at our holiday parks in Anglesey.