The Park

Our family run park is situated on the beautiful and rugged north Anglesey coast. Set in carefully tended parkland, it is a highly sought after retreat for both couples and families. The majority of our pitches enjoy wonderful views of the sea and the headland at Point Lynas. Our pitches are also spacious enough to ensure privacy and seclusion.

Point Lynas Caravan Park is the perfect location for those who are looking to own a holiday home in a peaceful, unspoilt, rural location. The park's privileged location in an area of outstanding natural beauty is within easy walking distance of the renowned Isle of Anglesey coastal path, making it a haven for walking and wildlife watching. 

 

The Bay At Porth Eilian 

Just 250m from the park lies Porth Eilian. This sheltered bay is suitable for boating, paddleboarding, swimming and sea kayaking. 

The Coastal Path

Just a short walk from the park, and falling within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), accessing Anglesey's famous coastal path couldn't be easier.  The 130 mile route follows much of the island’s coastline and primarily caters for walkers however cyclists and horse riders can also enjoy certain sections. The path passes through landscape that includes a mixture of farmland, coastal heath, dunes, salt-marsh, foreshore, cliffs and a few small pockets of woodland.

The rich diversity of Anglesey's wildlife can be seen from this section of the coastal path. Throughout the year Grey seals can be commonly seen in the bay or from the headland, while bottle nose dolphins and porpoises are frequently seen offshore. Risso's dolphins visit in summer and autumn. Seasonal visitors include a variety of seabirds including Terns and Gannets, 

 

 

 

 

The Unique Beauty of Anglesey 

There are many things that make this part of Anglesey unique, from the stunning coastal path to the extraordinary landscape of Mynydd Parys. 

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