Top 5 wild camping spots across Wales
Daniel Start, author of the new Wild Guide Wales, chooses his favourite wild camping spots in Wales and gives you directions on how to get there.
Name: Amlwch, Isle of Anglesey (Sir Ynys Mon)
Place type: Town
Location: Grid Ref: SH 4418 9293 • X/Y co-ords: 244184, 392936 • Lat/Long: 53.4102,-4.34566517
County/Unitary Authority: Isle of Anglesey (Sir Ynys Mon)
OS Explorer map: 263: Anglesey East / Dwyrain Ynys Mon
18 miles Llandegfan, Beaumaris, Penmon point, Llangoed
Running route: 28.4km, Difficulty: Leisurely
15 miles menai bridge llandona
Running route: 24km, Difficulty: Leisurely
Running route: 7.9km, Difficulty: Moderate
Use the map type in the top left to choose OS Explorer for walking maps, or OS landranger for cycling or driving maps.
5 Cae Derwydd, in CEMAES BAY
Sleeps: 8, Bedrooms: 3
Attractive detached property in seaside village of Cemaes Bay, Anglesey. Quality, well equipped accommodation. Excellent walking, cycling, watersports, golf. Day trips to Dublin.
Llanallgo Church Rooms, in MOELFRE
Sleeps: 12, Bedrooms: 5
Impressive, detached property on edge of Moelfre, Anglesey. Quality accommodation, spacious and well equipped. Sandy beaches, coastal walks, golf and birdwatching close by.
Little Gwaelod, in CAERGEILIOG
Sleeps: 2, Bedrooms: 1
Brick-built Anglesey cottage on 25 acre smallholding. Lovely gardens. Comfortable accommodation. Beautiful coastline and beaches nearby. Excellent walking, watersports, fishing. Trearddur Bay 5 miles.