Benllech Bay Anglesey 

Beautiful Benllech on the east coast of The Isle of Anglesey is an ideal base to explore the unspoiled Isle of Anglesey, Snowdonia and even Ireland. 
Walkers, Adventure seekers and Families will all find this a perfect base to prepare or unwind. 
The sandy sheltered bay is a hit with all ages and there's pleaty of Pubs, reteraunts and attractions for all ages nearby. 
 
 
 
 
 

Recommended camp site 

Site name and details 
Bodafon Caravan Park 
Amlwch Road, 
Benllech, 
Isle of Anglesey 
LL74 8RU 
01248 852417 
Description 
Bodafon Caravan Park is a lovely family-friendly park located on the east coast of Anglesey. The unspoilt Benllech town and beach are within walking distance and options for great food, local entertainment or a quiet drink and a walk on the beach can all be enjoyed. 
 
 
 
 
Amenities 
Electric hook up available 
Toilet block 
Shower Block  
WiFi 
Wash room 
Freezers 

Things to do nearby 

Anglesey offers a range of activities for all ages or just the peace and quiet to unwind and relax if that's what you desire. There's plenty to keep the children occupied too, both on and off this Campsite. There are places to go and things to see form the moment you cross the bridge over the Menai straights. 
Benllech Beach 
Benllech has a wonderful beach, sandy and flat with plenty of room for the children to make their sandcastles. There is a selection of small shops for ice cream or a coffee and it's also ideal for walking along to St David's or even Red Wharf bay but take note of the tide! 
Please be aware that as with many beaches in the UK not all the beach is dog friendly at Benllech. 
 
Beaumaris Castle 
Beaumaris Castle is a World Heritage site built in a symetrical design and still surrounded by a water filled moat. Enjoying stunning views of the Snowdonia mountains and the Menai straits. 
Rosneigr 
A fantastic beach and a photographers dream especially at sunset making it well worth the short trip. 
 
 
Penmon Point 
Ideal for a walk and maybe a picnic with stunning views of Puffin island, the lighthouse and the coatline. You are lucky you might even see some seals whilst you're there! There is a cafe for takeaway coffee and snacks if you prefer. The stoney beach is different to most as this used to be the site of a quarry. Rock pools and even a a tunnel in the rock can be found if you've time to explore. There is a small charge for entry and parking. 
RibRide 
RibRide, the original and best! A multi award winning Adventure Boat Tour company, one of only 12 operators worldwide to have been awarded the prestigious BlueFlag. Experience the tranquility of the Menai Straits, its stately homes, ferocious tides and whirlpools. Travel seaward to either Llanddwyn Island, a rocky peninsula of outstanding beauty surrounded by white sandy beaches or Puffin Island and its seal colony and swarms of varied birds. Our vessels are state of the art RIBs with quiet but powerful 300hp engines capable of carrying up to 11 people at 50 mph, in comfort however if you just want speed then Velocity is the worlds fastest RibRide. Alternatively RibRide Explorer operates from Holyhead taking in the Skerries and the Stacks (summer months) to witness the huge amounts of visiting birds and marine mammals. While you are with us, why not plan to enjoy Dylan's, our fabulous on site restaurant? 
Eskdale 
For more information on the beautiful Eskdale only 2.6 miles away, it's Shops, Bars Resteraunts and much more visit the webite below. 
 
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