What would you like to do with your time?
Go to the Beach
Whether you’re after a family friendly beach with all the conveniences, a beach that’s ideal for sand castles or crabbing, that beach with a perfect wave for surfing or a mystic remote beach where you can while away an afternoon with a book, Llyn Peninsular has something for you.
Go for a Walk
Use the 84-mile section of the Wales Coast Path to explore the cliffs and coves around the Llyn Peninsula. The path follows public footpaths, small rural roads and along the beaches from Caernarfon along the north shore to Aberdaron before following the south coast of the peninsula to Porthmadog passing right by Plas Heli and the Hafan Pwllheli Marina on the way. Choose a short circular walk, a full day or take a few days to walk all the way around.
More information on the Wales Coast Path around Llyn can be found here:
With the foot of Snowdon just 19 miles away why not use the Llyn Peninsular as a base to explore the magnificent Snowdonia mountain range. From short, gentle strolls to strenuous, steep climbs Snowdonia has something for everyone. Climb the highest mountain in England and Wales (which is very achievable and suitable for families) or challenge yourself to the Welsh 3000s – climb the 15 mountains over 3,000 within 24 hours!
More information on paths and walks in Snowdonia can be found here:
Local Walks around Llyn
If you only have an hour or two to fill there’s still plenty of routes that will get you outside and strolling around the beautiful landscape and discovering local history. As well as being an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty a lot of Llyn is in the Register of Landscapes of Outstanding Historic Interest in Wales.
More information on local routes and short walks in Llyn can be found here: