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Anglesey uncovered: Best things to do on the beautiful Welsh island

Nestled off the northwest coast of Wales, Anglesey is more than just a holiday destination.

With its captivating history and stunning natural beauty, the island offers a diverse range of activities and sights, and you’ll find plenty to do and see, whether you're travelling solo or with family.

Holiday Parks in Anglesey

A holiday home at Plas Coch Holiday Park positions you perfectly to explore the stunning island of Anglesey and its surroundings. With more than 125 miles of breathtaking coastline and direct access from the park to the Menai Straits, it's a haven for those who love the sea.

In the foothills of Snowdon and still within easy reach of Anglesey, our Brynteg Holiday Park boasts a peaceful lakeside location yet is close to plenty of exciting, family-friendly attractions, perfect for a Wales holiday home or caravan holiday. Browse our caravans for sale in Wales to spend even more time in this beautiful location all year round.

10 things to do in Anglesey:

Experience stunning vistas, discover secluded coves, and watch seals play in the waves, then cap off your day with a warm meal at one of the numerous coastal restaurants sprinkled along the shoreline.


Visit Beamaris Castle

Explore this UNESCO World Heritage site, a masterpiece of medieval military architecture. Its imposing walls and scenic setting offer a glimpse into Wales's rich history.


Anglesey Sea Zoo

Discover the best of British marine wildlife at this unique aquarium. It's home to octopuses, seahorses, and even a shark pool, making it a fun educational experience for all ages.


Walk the Anglesey Coastal Path

Embrace the island's stunning coastline by walking its 140-mile-long path. It offers great views, diverse wildlife, and a chance to explore Anglesey's hidden beaches and coves.


Plas Newydd House and Gardens

This National Trust property has exquisite gardens and an impressive mansion with a fascinating history.


South Stack Lighthouse

Venture to the edge of Holy Island to visit this iconic lighthouse. Climb its steps for panoramic views of the sea and cliffs, and explore the surrounding RSPB reserve.

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Pili Palas Nature World

Perfect for families, this attraction offers butterfly houses, meerkat tunnels, and a variety of reptiles. It's an interactive way to learn about nature and conservation.

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Copper Kingdom Centre

Step back in time at the Copper Kingdom in Amlwch, where you can learn about the island's copper mining history.

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The Dingle (Nant y Pandy) Nature Reserve

This tranquil walk offers lush woodland, vibrant wildflowers, and a babbling stream. Wooden sculptures dot the landscape, adding an artistic touch to your walk.


Llynnon Mill

Visit the only working windmill in Wales, offering a unique insight into the history of Welsh agriculture. You can buy flour milled on-site and explore the reconstructed Iron Age roundhouses nearby, providing a glimpse into ancient Welsh life.


Anglesey's Hidden Gardens

Like the enchanting Plas Cadnant Hidden Gardens, which were lost to time and recently restored to their former glory, these gardens offer a peaceful retreat with stunning plant collections, waterfalls, and historic structures.

Dog-friendly beaches in Anglesey

If you plan on travelling with your dog, Anglesey's coastline is dotted with beautiful beaches welcoming furry friends.

Newborough Beach is a favourite among dog owners, offering plenty of space to run freely. The adjacent forest provides shaded walks, perfect for a full day out with your furry friend.

Rhosneigr Beach offers two sandy beaches and ample room for dogs to play and splash in the shallow waters. The village of Rhosneigr is just a short walk away, providing easy access to dog-friendly cafes and pubs.

Trearddur Bay's Blue Flag Beach is a picturesque spot that welcomes dogs, making it an ideal location for a family day out.

Cemaes Bay is in a small fishing village with calm waters, making it safe for dogs to paddle and explore. The town is welcoming to dogs, with several pubs and cafes accommodating pets.

Church Bay, also known as Porth Swtan, is renowned for its rugged beauty and pebbly shore. Coastal walks around Church Bay offer breathtaking views and the chance to discover secluded spots along the coast.

If you’re after some great dog-friendly pubs in Anglesey, The White Eagle welcomes dogs. Situated right on the waterfront, The Ship Inn is a favourite among dog owners for its breathtaking views and dog-friendly atmosphere. A modern and stylish venue, The Oystercatcher, located close to the popular Rhosneigr Beach, welcomes dogs in its bar area and outdoor terrace. The Bull’s Head Inn is a historic venue where you and your furry friend can unwind in a traditional setting.

Find out when caravan sites open in Anglesey

Our caravan sites near Anglesey are open all year, providing a cosy retreat no matter the season. For specific opening dates and to secure your spot, get in touch.


Holiday home ownership near Anglesey

Our Brynteg and Plas Coch caravan parks are the perfect places if you’re looking for adventure, relaxation and somewhere to create lifelong memories. With leisure facilities, restaurants, beaches and countryside on your doorstep, there is so much to explore at these caravan parks in Wales.

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