More Llyn peninsula
One page just wasn't enough to cover all the attractions this area has to offer. We've stopped at two pages but could quite possibly go on for ever!
A small village a short drive from Trefor with an expansive and picturesque beach stretching round the bay to the delightful little hamlet of Porthdinllaen. A fabulous circular walk starts at the National Trust car park.
Porthdinllaen and Ty Coch Inn
Voted one of the best beach side bars in the world, a visit to the Ty Coch Inn is a must. Take time to enjoy a beverage of your choice before an amble on the stunning sandy beach or a rock pool adventure. One of our favourite spots on the peninsula. You won't be disappointed.
A windy road with spectacular views leads down from the village of Llithfaen to Nant Gwrtheyn, a welsh language and heritage centre based in the restored ex quarry village of Port y Nant. You'll also find a cafe with stunning views and fabulous food and a lovely walk down to the pebbly beach below. Highly recommended.
Aberdaron is a pretty former fishing village on the western edge of the peninsula with miles of sandy beach and a National Trust visitor's centre. A short boat trip from nearby Porth Meudwy is Bardsey Island with it's ruined abbey. Keep your eyes peeled for the inquisitive local seals and sea birds en route.
Whistling sands, Porthor
Famous locally for its 'whistling sands' this little gem of a beach makes for an inviting and scenic day trip. Porthor is family friendly and popular with surfers. Stamp or slide your feet on the dry sand and listen for the magical whistling. Once you've finished exploring, relax with a cup of tea and a scone in the beachside cafe.