The Llyn Peninsula is one of Wales’ finest areas of outstanding natural beauty and offers the chance to escape the increasing hustle and bustle of modern day life, where the most dramatic landscape of the Llyn runs down into sweeping sandy beaches, hidden coves and rocky cliffs, along a charming and stunning coastline.
Those that visit the Llyn Peninsula are never disappointed, as the raw number of attractions and activities are enough to give you a trip you will never forget. North Wales and Snowdonia are renowned for its exceptional holidays, so taking a trip into the area may be in your best interest this year!
When visiting the Llyn Peninsula, you will have fantastic opportunities to see some beautiful scenery that you may not usually get to experience. There are 19 sandy beaches along the Llyn Peninsula coast line, all of which are accessible to families and only one or two require a walk of more than 5 minutes from your car, making it the perfect destination for those who want to be able to enjoy a beach.
One of the main attractions of the Llyn Peninsula is the vast array of walking routes, with a perfect range to cater for extreme walkers, all the way to those who may be pushing along a pram. Some of the more demanding routes can seek out some spectacular views that will leave you breathless – if you aren’t already. Nearby environments are perfect for walking also include mount Snowdon, areas in the Snowdonia National Park and the North Wales coast line.
Even if it rains while you are on the Llyn Peninsula, there is still plenty of activity going on, with great times to be had. From the Ffestiniog Railway, Anglesey Sea Zoo and Greenwood Forest Park, to the Foel Farm Park, Henblas Parc and Portmeiron village, there is something suitable for everyone when the weather may not be favourable.
Many people are attracted to the area for its sporting opportunities, with water sports like wake boarding, canoeing, surfing and windsurfing, in towns such as Abersoch. Other sports like climbing, hiking, walking, cycling, and mountain biking are all other popular sports readily available to be enjoyed in the area, whether you do it alone or under supervision from a qualified outdoor adventure instructor.
Other popular activities on the Llyn Peninsula include wildlife/ bird watching, heritage and sightseeing, along with festival and special event attending. No matter what you preference, ideas, wishes and reasons behind visiting the Llyn Peninsula, you will be able to achieve it all whilst staying in or around the area.
For those that want to stay, or even get a holiday home in North Wales, West Point Beach Resort can offer you both long term and short term accommodation, which is perfect for those who wish to visit the Llyn Peninsula, Snowdonia National Park and North Wales coast. Situated perfectly for all of these areas, West Point Beach Resort urges you to check out their range of holidays home in North Wales!