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Clynnog Fawr Lleyn Peninsula Places

Clynnog Fawr

The attractive small village of Clynnog Fawr, noted for its spiritual connections and appealing atmosphere, nestles midway between Caernarfon and Pwllheli.  Firmly rooted on the Pilgrims Trail, Clynnog Fawr village, is an appealing cluster of stone built houses, an ancient church and three public houses.  The large St Beuno‚Äôs church dates from the sixteenth century …

Abersoch Lleyn Peninsula Places

Abersoch

On a fine day with the sun shining, the sea glittering and yachts moored in the bay, it is easy to see why this area has been dubbed The Welsh Riviera. A picturesque harbour, several sandy beaches and a flourishing village, make Abersoch an excellent and popular choice for the discerning visitor.  Blessed with a …

Aberdaron beach at low tide.
Aberdaron Lleyn Peninsula Places

Aberdaron

Just two miles short of the end of the Lleyn Peninsula, nestles the attractive village of Aberdaron. Virtually on the beach, at the mouth of the River Daron, this laid-back whitewashed fishing village consists of a couple of dozen houses, a few hostelries, a few shops and an interesting church. The small church of St …

Lleyn Peninsula Places

Lleyn Peninsula

Shaped like an outstretched arm with a finger pointing out into the Irish Sea, the Lleyn Peninsula is the most westerly point of Gwynedd, an undulating spur reaching out from the mountains of Snowdonia. The Lleyn is a narrow peninsula, averaging eight miles in width and some twenty five miles in length and separates Caernarfon …