Fine campsites to visit

Ty-Newydd Farm Caravan and Camping Site is a sheltered, long established, licensed site which is situated near the National Trust headland on the very tip of the Llyn Peninsula in North Wales, where you can walk, go rock-fishing or observe the varied wildlife.The Aberdaron campsite is approximately 1.5 miles from Aberdaron village and overlooks Bardsey Island. Ty-Newydd has space for more than 40 tents and caravans with many pitches available with electric hook-up. There is ample space for children to play with safe open fields where you can fly a kite or have a game of football or cricket.Book now –


The Willows – Abersoch

The Willows is a small, charming and QUIET quintessential 5 star site, suitable for the more discerning customer. We limit the number of guests and, for tents, we rotate pitches; giving you even more space. If you are of a loud disposition and, or, want to party all night or are a group then do not choose this site. If you have been searching for a prestigious and uncrowded site near Abersoch replete with character and luxurious facilities then you have just found it!

Cae Du Tywyn

Cae Du Tywyn

The Cae Du Tywyn Campsite is perched on the coast right next to the sea with great views out to the Irish Sea and Cardigan Bay. The site is also within the Snowdonia National Park with Barmouth to the North and the towns of Tywyn and Aberdovey to the South.

The site in general is un-commercialised with basic facilities but within one of the most stunning locations you can find in North Wales. 01654 711234


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