The Isle of Anglesey, known as Ynys Mon locally, is an Island off the coast of North Wales. It is connected to the mainland via two bridges called Menai Bridge and Britannia Bridge. Although Anglesey is an Island it still has a substantial area of land mass and would take days to circumnavigate on foot. During the summer many people flock to various parts of this popular tourist destination for their holidays. Why visit Anglesey? If you like a seaside vacation, hiking, exploring historical sites or even fishing then there is something there for you. Continue reading to find out more.
Ty Mawr Holiday Park is located in Towyn North Wales, and is just a few short miles from the popular seaside town known as Rhyl. It is situated along the beautiful North Wales coastline and is among many other popular caravan parks and camping sites including Pontins in nearby Prestatyn. Although Ty Mawr is better known as a Caravan Park, it also offers both electric and non electric camping pitches for tents or personal camper vans etc… Nearby attractions include an on site swimming pool, children’s play area and two funfairs, bargain shops and the seaside – all in Walking distance for adults and older children.