Bagnol & Tyn Towyn Camping and Caravan Parks
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Scenic Holidays at Trearddur Bay

Holiday Location in Trearddur Bay, Anglesey, North Wales ...

Bagnol and Tyn Towyn Holiday Parks are situated in Trearddur Bay on Holy Island near Holyhead with easy access from the new A55 dual carriageway across Anglesey (see our location map). 

The parks are close to interesting coves and sandy beaches, which are renowned throughout the UK for swimming, sunbathing, snorkling and sub aqua diving. The main beach has a Blue Flag rating for cleanliness and clarity of water.

The caravan parks are conveniently located within easy walking distance of all beach facilities, local shops, public inns and restaurants. There are numerous activities to enjoy in the area including boating, fishing, walking and horse riding.

There is a large boating regatta during each August and the caravan parks are very convenient for those wanting to watch or participate. Boats can be easily launched from Trearddur Bay. The caravan park offers secure storage facilities where clients can leave their fishing/ski boats on a yearly or short term basis (see tariff table below). Nearby Holyhead is an all year round deep harbour for yachting enthusiasts and motor boats.

This area of Anglesey is ideal for sea fishing and people wishing to fish can do so from the surrounding rocks and fresh bait is easily available from local suppliers on a daily basis.

For those who enjoy walking there are many splendid walks over the headlands following footpaths that start at Bagnol Caravan Park. These footpaths are suitable for the young and old alike.

Horse riding is also popular in the area, and there are local stables where you can hire a horse. For those who enjoy golf there is an 18 hole course at Holyhead Golf Club (1.5 miles away), and a 9 hole course a few hundred yards from Tyn Towyn Caravan Park with easy access from Bagnol Touring Park. There are numerous tourist attractions on the Isle of Anglesey to be visited on your holiday including South Stack Lighthouse, Anglesey Sea Zoo, Beaumaris Castle, Henblas Park, and many historical Celtic monuments.

A fantastic evening sight is the setting of the sun across the bay which has inspired many poets and artists. The area is an artists paradise in which many local and professional artists have found inspiration from the beautiful landscape and surroundings

Anglesey Sea Zoo

Visit Anglesey Sea Zoo and experience incredible invertebrates in the No Bone Zone, and submarine Wolves! The thrill of crashing waves, before getting inside the Seven Sisters Shipwreck!


South Stack Lighthouse

Situated near the north west tip of Wales, the tiny islet known as South Stack Rock lies separated from Holyhead Island by 30 metres of turbulent sea, surging to and fro in continuous motion.


Beaumaris Castle

Visit the Beaumaris Castle to see the last hurrah of Edward I’s massive building programme in North Wales.


Plas Newydd Country House

Set on the shores of the Menai Strait amidst breathtakingly beautiful scenery, this elegant house was redesigned by James Wyatt in the 18th century and gives spectacular views of Snowdonia.


Adventure Boat Rides

Ride a rib with these fast and fun guides to the natural history of Anglesey. Ride a RIB on the Menai Strait or on a Bear Grylls adventure boat tour to the islands and high cliffs of the north Anglesey coast.


Anglesey Model Village & Gardens

The village features models of Anglesey's many landmarks, all set in beautifully landscaped gardens. It continues to be improved every year with new additions.