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Aberdaron beach at low tide.
Aberdaron Lleyn Peninsula Places


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 …

Places South Snowdonia

South Snowdonia

The Southern Snowdonia region of Gwynedd stretches from the Traeth Bach Estuary, eastwards to Y Bala and as far south as the Dyfi Estuary. Virtually all the area is within the Snowdonia National Park. Although not as well trodden as the Snowdon Massif, the mountains in Southern Snowdonia can be just as challenging to the …

North Snowdonia Places

North Snowdonia

his mainly mountainous region of Gwynedd, from its border with Anglesey (Ynys Mon), south to the Traeth Bach estuary and east to Llan Ffestiniog is endowed with extraordinary beauty, both natural and man-made. The landscape of high mountains, deep glacial gouged lakes, waterfalls and forests was so accurately depicted by the romantic artists and poets …

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 …