Llyn Peninsula is a unique area of North Wales that is known for its natural beauty, strong heritage and culture. On a map, you won’t miss it, as it is easily identified as the ‘crooked finger’ of land that points forcefully into the Irish Sea from Wales. The Llyn Peninsula has a distinct identity as a basic bastion of Celtic history and heritage and stronghold of Welsh culture and language and boasts some exceptional scenery and landscape. The region attracts many visitors each year, thanks to the wonderful selection of towns and villages, which we will here enlighten you on, allowing you to take measures for accommodation, such as beach lodges in North Wales.
The village is known for its fishing, and was in fact the last stop for pilgrims on the way to Ynys Enlli. From this fantastic little village, prepare to be blown away by the wonderful range of birdlife, attractions and fantastic coastal views from the Mynydd Mawr headland.
Abersoch is a very popular seaside resort that is known for its amenities supporting water sports, such as wakeboarding and sailing. There are many fine beaches and a sheltered harbour. There is a busy programme of sailing events plus the festival known as Wakestock – Europe’s largest wakeboarding music festival that is held every July. There are a number of choices for accommodation, from hotels, holiday parks and camp sites, which partner the excellent range of attractions and things to do. Also a fantastic base for six circular walks, the town is perfect for a short stay or holiday.
This charming little seaside village with a superb beach is one of the most photogenic regions in the Wales. The home to many attractions and outdoor opportunities, you are also able to enjoy a leading arts centre and gallery – Oriel Plas Glyn-y-Weddw.
This village set on a landscape full of interest homes an astonishingly well-preserved prehistoric village occupied until about 2000 years ago. The Welsh language and Heritage Centre known as Nant Grtheyrn is located nearby, which is a perfect place to enjoy whilst in the area.
A popular north coast seaside village with harbour, this village is known for its picturesque characteristics, which includes its fantastic golf course with spectacular playing conditions and views. The village is also known for Maritime Museum and graceful crescent of sand leading to picturesque Porthdinllaen.
Porthdinallaen is a perfect coastal hamlet with quaint houses and a waterfront. The village and beach are owned by the National Trust and are accessible on foot only, making it extremely pleasant, quiet and very enjoyable to all that visit.
Regarded as the Llyn Peninsula’s ‘capital’, the town fills many roles and is regarded as a great tourist destination. Full of attractions that include a fine beach, busy market town with art galleries and a popular sailing and water sports centre with a fantastic and modern marina. The town is perfect for those that want to enjoy the coast, whether its sunbathing, sailing or taking a boat trip. There is an excellent leisure centre to keep the kids entertained, along with activity packed Glasfyn Parc and Penarth Fawr medieval house located nearby.
West Point Beach Resort is located just off of the Llyn Peninsula, allowing you easy access to the Llyn Peninsula, the Snowdonia National Park and rest of North Wales. You can enjoy a range of holiday lodges North Wales at this park, while having free reign to check out the rest of North Wales and its fantastic offerings.