Places to Visit

imageIn 2012 the Wales Coast Path was opened, the first of its kind - the route along the national coast in uninterrupted and shows off the beautiful beaches, cliffs, woodlands and hills the area has to offer. Highlights of this path include Porthdinllaen, Whistling Sands and Abersoch.

Owned by the National Trust, Porthdinllaen offers great views of wildlife and beaches to please children and adults alike. Situated on the beach is the Ty Coch Inn, looking over Porthdinllaen the pub has been named the third best beach bar in the world.

A neighbour to Porthdinllaen beach, Nefyn beach is nestled in a small harbour making it popular for water-sports with more and more people taking to the water for kayaking and yachting. The sandy beach, ease of parking and shop also makes it popular with families.

Whistling Sands
The small picturesque beach of Whistling Sands is well-known for water-sports. The beach is very popular in the summer with families because of the sands and local footpaths and the vast opportunity for water sports means that the beach also attracts a lot of surfers, divers and sailors.

Situated on Llŷn’s western tip, the village of Aberdaron is home to a glorious sandy beach which is very easy to access. Because of the many attractions nearby, there's a selection of boat trips and fishing expeditions across to the well-known Bardsey Island - home to a wide range of wildlife and heritage of '20,000 Saints.'

Abersoch is one of the most popular tourist villages on the Llŷn Peninsula and is home to the liveliest beach. It is very popular with families and offers a wide range of facilities and services for visitors including water sports lessons and a shop. The beach is very busy during summer months but is well worth the visit.

Plas yn Rhiw
This rare 17th century mansion situated in its own organic garden is a rare jewel on the Llŷn Peninsula. Offering spectacular views over Hell's Mouth and the Llŷn Peninsula, located near the village of Aberdaron the house was rescued from dereliction. The house is now owned by the National trust and is an attraction for visitors and locals alike.

Wales is well known for its Castles, according to historians there are over 600 Castles in Wales, and a lot of them magnificently preserved monuments. These Castles are a big attraction to the area.

Criccieth Castle
Perched on top of a hill overlooking the sea, Criccieth Castle is a dominating figure on the coast line. Built in the 13th century, the Castle has a steep history waiting to be explored.

Caernarfon Castle
Possibly the most famous of Welsh Castles, Caernarfon castle is intimidating, commands attention and dominates the walled town. With views of the Straight and over to Anglesey, the Castle and its views are worth a visit.

Harlech Castle
Situated further down the coast, the Castle on a hill gazes across land and sea over Snowdonia. The Castle blends in perfectly with its surrounding and is a fun and historical day out for all the family.

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