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Plenty of things to see and do to keep everybody entertained!

AberdaronThere are numerous sandy beaches for you to visit - you will be truly spoilt for choice during your stay on the LLŷn Peninsula. This is the famous Porthdinllaen beach which is only two miles away from Garreg Lwyd Farm. Other beaches you will want to visit are Whistling Sands, recently featured on the BBC Coast programme, as well as Aberdaron and Abersoch beach.

Aberdaron is an idyllic little village of white-painted fishermen's houses and cottages perched on the tip of LLŷn, the Land's End of North Wales. The famous poet R S Thomas was the vicar of St Hywyn's Church that lies at the water's edge.

Have you ever turned the corner on a coastal path and seen seals basking on the rocks? This is a regular occurrence at the tip of the Porthdinllaen headland. Follow the coastal path around Lŷn, or venture up Garn Bodeuan (280 metres) or The Eifl - the highest point on the LLŷn Peninsula. There are three peaks - Tre'r Ceiri (485m), Garn Ganol (564m) and Garn Fôr (444m). Tre'r Ceiri has one of the best examples of an Iron Age hill fort in northern Europe. The views from here are breathtaking.

SnowdonLlanberis is a major tourist attraction and is well worth a day out.

Take a train up Snowdon - click here

Fancy a train ride along Padarn Lake? - click here

The National Slate Museum offers a day full of enjoyment and education in a dramatically beautiful landscape on the shores of Llyn Padarn - click here

Portmeirion is unlike any other village and you will enjoy spending a day there amongst the distinctive buildings designed by Clough Williams-Ellis. The Prisoner, probably one of the most influential pieces of television of the 1960s, was filmed there - even The Beatles were fans! - click here

Inigo Jones Slate Works was founded in 1861 primarily to produce school writing slates. Today the company produces architectural memorial craft products and garden products from natural welsh slate. Inigo Jones now offers a self guided tour of the Works which gives an insight into the prefabrication process - click here

Plas yn Rhiw dates from the 16th-century with Georgian additions, and the garden contains many beautiful flowering trees and shrubs. The views from the grounds and gardens across Cardigan Bay are spectacular - click here

Nant Gwrtheyrn is a magical place located in a former quarrying village and surrounded by the Eifl mountains and Nefyn Bay. Here you will learn about the tragic love story of Rhys and Meinir, and see the symbolic tree where the young bride was trapped on her wedding day - click here

The Welsh Highland Railway is North Wales' newest railway where trains run on a spectacular 25 mile scenic journey from Caernarfon. The Ffestiniog Railway takes you on a 13½-mile journey from the harbour in Porthmadog to the slate-quarrying town of Blaenau Ffestiniog - click here

Llechwedd Slate Caverns in Blaenau Ffestiniog is part of a working slate mine that has been active since 1836. They offer two spectacular underground tours (Deep Mine Tour and Miners Tramway Tour) to explore the underground world of the Victorian Slate Miner. The temperature in the mines is about 54F throughout the year, making the caverns ideal for a family day out whatever the weather - click here

Go KartingWhether you decide to take the challenge of the GO-KARTING circuit, the QUAD BIKE SAFARI or try your hand at WAKEBOARDING, TEN-PIN BOWLING, or ARCHERY, Glasfryn Parc offers the ideal family day out for everyone aged from three years up - click here

GreenWood is an all-weather family experience that you'll never forget, with rides and activities, magicians and pirates, face painting and craft making - click here

A day out at Pili Palas can be a magical experience for all the family whatever the weather! Enter a steamy environment full of lush vegetation and waterfalls with LIVE butterflies flying all around you - click here

Visit the Anglesey Sea Zoo to see the amazing marine life at the biggest aquarium in Wales! With over 150 native species from the familiar to the strange, there's something for everyone - click here

Pen Llyn Lusitano Stud and Riding Centre, where you can ride through quiet country lanes enjoying the beautiful scenery or go trekking up Garn Fadryn mountain and experience the magnificent panoramic views from Snowdonia to Hell's Mouth and South Wales - click here

Gypsy Wood is a relaxing and enjoyable day out. It has one of the UK's largest miniature G Scale garden railways as well as animals to befriend - miniature shetland ponies, donkeys, pygmy goats and Vietnamese pot bellied pigs to name but a few - click here

The Dwyfor Ranch Rabbit Farm and Animal Park is situated in the village of Llanystumdwy between the towns of Porthmadog and Pwllheli. The farm welcomes visitors to interact with a wide range of animals including some rare breeds - click here

Ynys EnlliBardsey Island (Ynys Enlli) lies across the Sound about two miles (about 3km) off the tip of the Llŷn Peninsula in North Wales. Bardsey has been noted as a place of pilgrimage since the early years of Christianity, but there are signs of settlements on the island that date from earlier periods - click here

Bardsey Island Boat Trips - click here

Enlli Charters - click here

There is more than one castle to chose from! Caernarfon Castle on the right is an imposing reminder of the reign of Edward 1, while Criccieth and Harlech castles were built on a smaller scale.

At the top of Yr Eifl (The Rivals) you will find Tre'r Ceiri, one of the best preserved and most densely occupied Iron Age hillforts in Britain. The views from here are truly spectacular.

The Romans - visit Segontium in Caernarfon to find out about the story of the conquest and occupation of Wales. The museum contains fine examples of the finds excavated from the Segontium site. Here you can get a vivid idea of life in this part of occupied Britain - click here

Churches are always a mine of historical information. Visit St Beuno's Church in Clynnog Fawr - one of the most important churches in North Wales and one of the churches where the pilgrims stopped on their way to Bardsey Island where twenty thousand saints are supposedly buried. The medieval church at nearby Pistyll, also on the pilgrim's trail, has no electricity and straw on the floor. This is where Rupert Davies, the star of the cult sixties television series is buried as he loved the area so much.

NefynNefyn Golf Course is a golf course on a narrow peninsula that can be enjoyed by golfers of every standard and it is only two miles away - click here

Other golf courses can be enjoyed at Abersoch and Pwllheli.

Eisteddfa Fishery in Criccieth has a Family Lake which is ideal for families, beginners and children. The lake is well stocked with their own bred rudd, roach, bream, carp and tench. Seasoned anglers will be catered for too - click here

Hafan Pwllheli marina has played host to a number of British, European and World sailing championships, as well as local races and regattas - click here

The Offshore Sea School at the marina offers a wide range of courses appropriate to differing experience and ability - click here

Abersoch village (15 minutes away) has plenty to offer watersports enthusiasts as the flat water in Abersoch Bay is often ideal for wakeboarding and waterskiing, sailing, powerboating and windsurfing - click here

Coasteering is a fast growing activity and one which many people return to once they have tried it - swimming through crashing waves or jumping from the cliff tops is sure to get your heart rate up. If you have not tried this yet you are missing out! Boulder adventures deliver their coasteering on the Llyn Peninsula.

The Glasfryn Wakeparc is the perfect place for complete beginners or those with more experience - you'll have a great time being towed by an overhead cable - click here

Llŷn caters for all: be it walkers, cyclists, golfers, pony-trekkers, archers, fishermen, the more energetic water-sports enthusiasts or just those seeking tranquillity.......and relaxation......

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Main Contact:
A. Davies, Bronallt, Morfa Nefyn, Pwllheli, Gwynedd, Ll53 8UR

Tel: 01758 720684

Mob: 07771677449