Our Location & Local Attractions
Porthllongdy Farm Caravan Site is located on the beautiful east coast of Anglesey, North West Wales - a popular holiday destination due to it's natural, unspoilt beauty and incredible scenery. The site is just a stone's throw away from the beautiful Red Wharf Bay with its miles of golden sands and beautiful blue waters. Conveniently situated just a short 15 minutes drive from the mainland and 30 minutes from the port of Holyhead, Porthllongdy is easy to reach yet its peaceful countryside location provides an ideal retreat for those wishing to relax and unwind.
HOW TO FIND US
• Travel on the A55 over the Brittannia Bridge from the mainland.
• Take the second exit left and follow signs for Amlwch on the A5025.
• 1.5 miles after Pentraeth village turn right signposted 'Red Wharf Bay'.
• After 500 yards take the right hand fork and proceed for a further 600 yards towards the beach.
• Porthllongdy Farm is situated on the left hand side, 200 yards before the bay.
Within a short walk...
One of the of main features of Porthllongdy Farm is its stunning location. There's plenty to see and do within a short walk from the site. Enjoy the beautiful scenery of Red Wharf Bay (literally a couple of hundred yards away). With its delightful brasserie and an award winning public house, the bay provides the ideal setting to relax and take in the beauty of the Anglesey coastline. For families and all watersports enthusiasts, the beautiful sandy beaches of St. Davids and Benllech (one of Anglesey's most popular family beaches) are just a short stroll away across the sands. Both beaches are perfect for swimming, kayaking, sea fishing or simply relaxing in the summer sun. For keen walkers, the renowned, 125 mile long Anglesey Coastal Path passes close to the site while slightly further to the east is Pentraeth forest with miles of scenic rambles through beautiful pine forests - popular with bird watchers and nature lovers alike.
Within a short drive...
Just a short trip by car opens up an enormous variety of Anglesey's attractions and sites. Historians will enjoy exploring the wealth of celtic history and ancient monuments that the island has on offer. The ancient Roman village of Din Lligwy with a burial chamber dating back to the 4th century AD, the copper mines of Parys Mountain near Amlwch and the world renowned Beaumaris Castle are all just a short car journey away from Porthllongdy Farm.
For those of a more sporty persuasion Anglesey boasts some challenging golf, miles of fantastic green-lane cycling and world class fishing (sea, coarse and game). A car also gives families access to a multitude of beaches and coves. From the nearby fishing village of Moelfre to the expansive golden sands of Lligwy - there's plenty to keep the whole family occupied within a short distance from the site.
A day out...
Those willing to travel a little further will experience North Wales to its fullest and will be rewarded by some truly memorable days out. Whether exploring the west coast of the island with its rugged coastline, historic lighthouses and beautiful expansive beaches or venturing further afield into the Snowdonia National Park you'll find that North Wales has plenty to offer. And, for the more ambitious day trippers, a ferry ride from the port of Holyhead (just half an hour away) provides the gateway to Ireland. Porthllongdy Farm provides an ideal base to discover the delights of Anglesey, North Wales and beyond.