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Review of Llyn Coastal Path

Llyn Coastal Path
Ranked #1 of 17 things to do in Pwllheli
Certificate of Excellence
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Owner description: Walk this stunning part of the Welsh Coastal path from the Castle in Caernarfon in the NE along the pilgrim's route to the beautiful church at Clynnog Fawr, and on to Trefor and the Iron Age hill fort of Tre'r Ceiri. Walk the sandy beaches of Nefyn, Morfa Nefyn and Porth Dinllaen, and Porth Penllech and Porth Oer/Whistling Sands as you head to Uwch Y Mynydd - the Lands End of the Llyn and overlook the tranquil island of Ynnis Enlli/Bardsey island. Stay a while and explore more and continue your walk allong the southern coast to Abersoch, Llanbedrog, Pwllheli, Cricieth and Black Rock Sands and Porthmadog. If you're interested you can stay with us a few days at our B&B and we will happily provide the daily shuttle service to and from any point on the walk from Clynnog Fawr to Pwllheli. That takes all the hassle out of organising your walk and you will stay in some luxury with us. You will not be disappointed check out our reviews on Trip Advisor.
Reviewed 7 October 2018

A lovely walk from the NT carpark at Morfa Nefyn onto beach, turn left and follow beach to the Pub TY COCH, then behind the pub up the slope and go lright to the lifeboat house. a path then swings back throuth the golf course to a carpark, just follow the road down the hill to the car park you left. About 2 1/2 miles/ Lovely walk

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Reviewed 3 October 2018

The week before we came it poured with rain all week. We, on the other hand, saw no rain at all for the week we were there. This made for stunning views as far as the eye could see in all directions with only fluffy clouds.
The views from Mynydd Tir y cwmwd above Lanbedrog were spectacular and well worth the effort of getting up there (and the quite challenging) descent.
This area is ideal if you wish to hear Welsh being spoken.
The high ground beyond Aberdaron is again worth the effort for spectacular views of the Snowdon range in one direction and views of Bardsey Island in the other.

Thank bazatpond
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Reviewed 23 September 2018

We did this walk and it was stunning. It was windy on the day we went but the views and the beach were beautiful. Would definitely recommend this.

Thank Wendy G
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Reviewed 28 August 2018

Wonderful views all along this coastal path with some really pretty bays to visit along the way. It moves inland briefly through the coastal village of Nefyn which is steeped in history with a lovely little museum well worth visiting where you can also stop off for a tea or coffee before continuing on your walk.

Thank WillowTheWhisp
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Reviewed 18 August 2018

Ran the Morfa Nefyn south and was impressed with the amount of work that has been carried out on the coastal path. The gorse and other vegetation on the path has been trimmed back and there are certain strategic bridges over some of the boggy ground.

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