touringSpring has begun, Easter is nearly here at that means it is the start of another camping season in Anglesey.

As the weather warms up people are venturing out once again to discover the beauty and majesty of Anglesey. There is nowhere else that holds so much history, legend and stunning natural landscapes.

Whether you love sports, walking, wildlife, art or history Anglesey is the perfect discovery with pristine beaches, cliffs, forests and countryside it is a unique place to visit.

Biking through the forests, bird and whale spotting from the heights of South Stack and scuba diving with seals near Puffin Island are all experiences we highly recommend for budding adventures visiting the Island. Try to spot our resident red squirrel population in Newborough Forest.

For children of all ages there are fun educational attractions such as Pili Palas and Anglesey Sea Zoo.

With so much on offer in Anglesey now is the time to book your camping in Anglesey holiday for 2016. Spring, summer and autumn all provide a different side of Anglesey to uncover. The weather is still mild enough in spring and autumn and the landscape either bursts with flowers and baby animals or the forests put on an incredible colour changing display in autumn. Summer of course is the most popular time to visit with warmest weather, perfect for heading out on the beaches.

Anglesey has many renowned holiday parks on offer but St David’s Park provides some of the most incredible views of Red Wharf Bay. This holiday park in Anglesey is a great choice for camping in Anglesey, this year in particular as they have just added a brand new swimming pool and spa!

The park also provides its own private beach, boat slip-way and it is home to a fantastic Gastro Pub the Tavern on the Bay.
Now is the time to book for your Anglesey camping adventure.