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Welcome to Abersoch
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Talafon Store, Abersoch

Walk back down the hill and, at the top end of the village, you will find Courts the newsagents, Terry's the butcher, the chemist, HSBC (with cash machine) and Talafon (Londis) food store on the corner opposite the garage. And, to avoid the washing up: several restaurants including Indian and Italian, the St. Tudwal's pub, good chippy, coffee shop/ cafe.

At the lower end of the village, along with Tourist Information, is a Mexican restaurant, cafe, and the deli with its fresh bread and sandwiches. Also, the chandler, Post Office, Alcatraz clothing and footwear, gift shops and the Nat West bank.

looking up through the village from the harbour at the lower end, Abersoch
Abersoch beach Abersoch's long and sandy east facing beach, with its colourful beach huts and the yacht club at the north end. A huge expanse of sand gives the opportunity for a long beach walk up past the golf course to Porth Tocyn. You can walk back by road - but it's a lot longer! Access to the beach from Lon Golff, or the track by the garage.
Across from the harbour Fach Beach and the Warren are tucked away (out of sight in the photo) looking towards Llanbedrog Head. looking across the harbour mouth towards Llanbedrog head, Abersoch
Abersoch Craft Centre As you come in to Abersoch, with the harbour on your left, the Coconut Kitchen, an excellent Thai restaurant, is on your right. Up the hill, Lon Garmon, is the craft centre with Wildwood Designs, Turtle Photography, Neil Hopkins, The Artists Studio, Flipside Jewellry and Babi Bach.
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