Llanddwyn beach with its sandy dunes has been awarded the blue flag for cleanliness. Forestry enterprise, maintain the beach to an excellent standard. There are toilets provided, picnic areas also access to Llanddwyn Island, a noted beauty spot.This island is connected by a sandy beach to Anglesey, and was home in the Dark Ages to a religious community, founded by the female Saint Dwynwen. St Dwynwen is a patron saint of Welsh lovers, and after her death the island became an important place of pilgrimage. There are many walks and coves to explore on the island.
One of the royal courts of the Princes of Gwynedd - the pre-eminent Welsh state - was uncovered in the summer of 1996, in a good state of preservation due to the deep covering of sand which had blown over it from the nearby coastline.
This was excavated by the Gwynedd Archaeological Trust. At least three major buildings have been found, in addition to other ancillary structures; a well preserved perimeter wall also exists. The ancient monument, Llys Rhosyr, a royal court of the welsh princes is only yard’s from our caravan site.