Much of the coastline is National Trust maintained and often has different weather on each side. The Gulf Stream ensures that there are few frosts and little or no snow! The Llyn offers endless attractions and activities, from exceptional walks to various outdoor activities like fishing, cycling, mountain biking, sailing and wildlife watching. Along with these great activities, those visiting the Llyn Peninsula can enjoy many attractions and facilities for visitors, from Ffestiniog railway, Glasfyn Parc and the Welsh Highland Railway, to Plan Glyn-Y-Weddw and Ynys Enlli.
The Llyn Peninsula homes a variety of different towns, each of which are special and worth visiting in their own way (if you get the chance). A range of historic sites, harbour villages, lively tourist attractions, delightful countryside and beautiful beaches ensure there is something to keep you pleasantly occupied for hours on end.
After all the excitement of the Llyn’s attractions and activities, you will have plenty of choice to spend the evening relaxing at quiet pubs and top quality restaurants. The Llyn is popular among visitors that are attracted to the fantastic area of North Wales and Snowdonia. A great place to stay is on the edge of Snowdonia and in close proximity to the Llyn Peninsula, along with easy access to the North Wales coast, where popular towns such as Llandudno, Colwyn Bay, Conwy and Rhyl lie. Just West from these towns and you’ll come across the Isle of Anglesey, another fantastic holiday destination.
West Point Beach Resort is an ideal Snowdonia Holiday Park located in between Caernarfon and the Llyn Peninsula in perfect proximity for visitors hoping to visit various areas of North Wales. Those who wish to have a regular base in the area may opt for exceptional holiday homes North Wales, which are available in West Point Beach Resort.