Self Catering Accommodation on the Llyn Peninsula

The Llyn


The Llyn

The Llyn Peninsula is a beautiful and unspoilt part of the British Isles. Forming part of the Heritage Coastline, it benefits from a mild climate, and many sandy coves and beaches.

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Abersoch is situated on the south coast of the peninsula, whilst Nefyn is on the north coast. Both are small towns with sandy beaches, surrounded by an area of natural beauty, and offering many exciting footpaths to explore.

The area has an abundance of wildlife and the Snowdonia National Park, offering outdoor pursuits of all kinds, and popular with walkers, climbers and canoeists is a 45 minute drive.


Criccieth Castle

Close to a number of towns and villages, as well as the remains of many historical sites, including castles at Caernarfon and Criccieth, providing historical and cultural interest.
kite surfing

For those wanting an active, outdoor holiday the area is popular for water sports and provides access for both sea and fresh water fishing. It has several golf courses, numerous pony trekking centres, is an ideal base for walking, climbing and much, much, more.

Hells Mouth (Porth Neigwl) Beach is popular for surfing and Kite surfing.

Abersoch main beach is very popular for dinghy sailing. Each July “Dinghy week” is one of the main attractions for the area.

sailing Abersoch beach

Check out the area, events & attractions from our LINKS page

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