The Isle of Anglesey is a thriving tourist resort not least because it has everything to offer visitors no matter the type of holiday they are looking for. If you rent a caravan in Anglesey you can enjoy the entertainment and activities in and around the holiday park on which it is situated, or you can go further afield on a fascinating journey of exploration and adventure.
Most caravan holiday parks in Anglesey are located near to beaches and bays. Indeed the beaches stretch over 125 miles and provide the ideal environment for water sports enthusiasts, walkers, hikers, birdwatchers and nature lovers.
Anglesey is the perfect place for diving and surfing
Divers love exploring the reefs and wrecks of ships that have met watery graves off the shores of Anglesey. Kayaking, kite surfing; longboarding, sailing and coasteering are all highly popular with local, national and international visitors alike.
Franciscan Monastery with a golf course
There are a number of historic towns including Beaumaris where, having claimed victory over the Welsh princes, Edward I had the most magnificent castle constructed. Henllys Hall is worth visiting too since this former Franciscan Monastery has been converted into a hotel with stylish apartments retaining much of its original characteristics. With an 18 hole golf course, it’s hugely popular with golfers worldwide who enjoy some of the most spectacular views of Snowdonia, the Menai Strait and Beaumaris Castle. For more information about playing a round of golf here
A small town with a big name
Whilst you are in the area you might want to visit the small town which has the longest name in Great Britain “Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch”. There isn’t very much to do there but you will be able to buy a souvenir, learn how to pronounce the name and find out what it means. Imagine how impressed your friends will be when you get back from your caravan holiday in Anglesey, not only having visited the town but also knowing how to pronounce it. Much more exciting than looking it up on the internet!
If you rent a caravan in Anglesey, like thousands of holidaymakers every year, it’s more than likely that you will find the island inspiring on so many levels. Diverse landscapes and unspoiled beaches with the backdrop of the Snowdonia Mountains cannot fail to impress. There are so many things to do you will be spoiled for choice and the chances are that you will return year after year whether for your annual holiday or for long weekend breaks.
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