Campsites with electric hook up in Anglesey

Ancient castles, large sandy beaches, and rolling hills dominate the largest island in Wales.

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Campsites with electric hook up in Anglesey guide

Overview

Across the Menai Strait off the northwest coast of mainland Wales, the Isle of Anglesey—home to Llangefni, Holyhead, Benllech, and Llanfairpwllgwyngyll—is a gently hilly region ringed by the Anglesey Coastal Path that has plenty of campground options. Stay in ensuite glamping pods of yurts, pitch your tent at rough-and-ready campsites with sea views, or rent a caravan pitch with electric hookups in touring parks. Hikers, animal lovers, and watersports enthusiasts find a lot to love about Anglesey, a majority Welsh-speaking North Wales region within driving distance of Snowdonia and home to castles and half a dozen Blue Flag beaches. Pitch up a tent in Anglesey to experience campsites with a view, beachside camping, waterside sites and scenic spots to pitch your tent.

Where to go

Holyhead

Set on Holy Island off the western coast of Anglesey, historic Holyhead is the starting point of the Anglesey Coastal Path, as well as a family-friendly coasteering, climbing, and sea kayaking destination. Explore the craggy lighthouse-topped South Stack isle, visit the Breakwater Country Park, and see pebbly Holyhead Beach before pitching your tent at a campsite overlooking the Irish Sea or relaxing in a comfortable glamping yurt with wifi. It's also within driving distance of Rhosneigr Beach.

Dingle Nature Reserve

Carpeted in ancient woodland and close to the Llyn Cefni (Cefni Reservoir), the 10-hectare Dingle (Nant y Pandy) Nature Reserve is home to kingfishers, woodpeckers, and various other species of bird, making it an ideal area for birdwatchers and walkers alike. Visit in spring to see the blooming bluebells covering the forest floor and pitch your tent at one of the neighbouring camping and caravanning sites.

Cemlyn

On the north coast of the Isle of Anglesey, Cemlyn is a seaside village and National Trust nature reserve situated within the bounds of the Anglesey Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Home to a shingle ridge that divides the ocean from a coastal lagoon, as well as several important bird colonies, Cemlyn boasts many circular walking paths and several nearby caravanning spots, camping sites, and motorhome parks.  

Lligwy Bay

An ideal spot for windy watersports such as windsurfing and kitesurfing, Lligwy Beach (Traeth Lligwy) is a wide beach on the north-east Anglesey coast just a half an hour drive from Beaumaris Castle. Surrounded by touring caravan parks like Dafarn Rhos and family-run sites, Lligwy Bay is a family-favourite beach on Anglesey from which you can easily spot dolphins and seals.

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