Our Caravans and Holiday Bungalows are ideally situated just a few yards off the blue flag beach awarded beach (Blue Flag is a prestigious, international award scheme which acts as a guarantee to tourists that a beach they are visiting is one of the best in the world) in Dinas Dinlle – a small seaside village 7 miles from Caernarfon, nestling in the beautiful Caernarfon Bay. From the camp site you will be able to discover glorious sandy beaches and breathtaking coastal scenery with a wonderful diversity of birds and wide life, the natural features and scenery really are truly spectacular.
The popular beach offers breath-taking views towards the Llŷn Peninsula (Penrhyn Llyn) and towards Ynys Llanddwyn (Llanddwyn Island) on Anglesey. The area is a designated Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI).
The beach is often used for water-sports including jet-skiing, wind surfing, swimming, scuba diving, surfing, canoeing, sailing, power boating and snorkeling and is regarded as one of the best bass fishing beaches in Britain. The cliff above the beach is known as Boncan Dinas and is occupied by an Iron Age hill fort, Dinas Dinlle. This fort has been eroded by the sea, such that only a double semi-circular rampart remains. Finds of Roman pottery indicate a reoccupation in the second or third centuries.
A small airport, Caernarfon airport, is nearby. During the Second World War this was an RAF base and now it is mainly used for flying lessons and pleasure flights, giving you the chance to explore all the magnificant scenery from the sky, take a pleasure flight, take flying lessons or simply explore the air museum.
We have local shops, cafes, takeaways & restaurants. There is a children's play area on the promenade.
Whether you want to visit the many welsh tourist attractions including the historic Caernarfon Castle, Snowdonia's National Park, The Welsh Slate Museum or just wanting a peaceful holiday retreat with panoramic views and unspoilt countryside, Caernarfon Bay is the ideal base for you.