Holiday Guide to the Llyn Peninsula, North Wales


The Llyn Peninsula in Gwynedd stretches for about 30 miles from North West Wales. It is also called as Snowdon’s Arm as it juts outs like a finger from Snowdonia into the Irish Sea. This mountainous terrain has a rich historical heritage as well as the mesmerizing landscape that make it a tourist hotspot. Even the government is boosting tourism there. You find plenty of lodges for sale North Wales for people who want to invest there and make a handsome income. Tourists also find plenty of lodges North Wales for rent to spend a holiday and relax. Let’s check out some spots that are keeping all hooked.

Ty Coch

This beach bar located in the village of Porthdinllaen is listed in the global top ten list of best beach bars. The place would literally remind you of a pub. What’s more; you cannot reach there by car. You need to travel along the coast or choose a route across the golf course. The trip itself is something to be experienced. The beach and the pub make for a perfect recipe for a memorable time.


Popularly called as ‘the forgotten village’; the place boasts of the rich history of the quarrymen. Its breathtaking landscape and trails are absolutely a delight for hikers. Beach lovers would find its beach irresistible. Rhys & Meinir, which is one of the Legends of Wales, has its origins here. It is a heart- wrenching tale that is narrated with plenty of emotions here.

Few other places that are worth visiting there are Tre’rCeiri, i.e. ‘the town of the giants,’ Porth lago beach, Bardesey island, Abersoch- the exciting seaside village; llanbedrog beach, the market town- Pwllheli, etc. The list is almost endless there. If you spend one holiday there; you are bound to plan a second vacation there.