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Edge of Wales Walk

Aberdaron, United Kingdom
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About Edge of Wales Walk
Sample the very best of the Wales Coast Path, a self-guided day tour of the dramatic scenic tip of the Llyn Peninsula. Park your car at the National Trust car park in Aberdaron from where we will collect you in our minibus and take you to Whistling Sands beach. We will provide maps and a GPS unit. You can then walk the 12 miles back to Aberdaron. £10 per person, minimum 2 persons. We also offer bike rental as Llyn Cycle Hire. Prices start from £10 per adult for a half day rental.
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Mary L wrote a review Jun 2019
3 contributions1 helpful vote
We used the Edge of Wales baggage transfer. We found that most of the b n b’s had not been told that bags were being delivered so there were a couple of occasions where the hosts were complaining to us. On one occasion after a long hard walk we arrived at 4.30 to be told our bags hadn’t been delivered as the taxi driver couldn’t find them. This could easily have been resolved by the taxi driver phoning Simon or Peter or the two mobile numbers we had given to Edge of Wales which were supposed to be passed on to the taxi drivers for incidents like this. We finally got our bags at 6.15 through the kindness of a member of the hotel staff bringing them to us. There were also no labels provided for the bags at the beginning of the trip which all our previous baggage handlers provide. As experienced long distance walkers this was the most disorganised service we have had.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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susanE497BR wrote a review Aug 2018
Munich, Germany2 contributions
My husband and I walked the Wales Coast Path on the Llyn Peninsula on a holiday organized by Simon and Peter from Edge of Wales. Wonderful scenic walks, interesting information about the area, excellent accommodation, well-planned and executed luggage (and people) transfers. Coming from Germany, we could never have arranged such a trouble-free holiday. Highly recommended.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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Rob S wrote a review Jun 2018
Chester, United Kingdom9 contributions3 helpful votes
Edge of Wales arranged our accommodation and baggage pick-up for my cousin and me when walking the Wales Coastal Path from Morfa Nefyn to Pwllheli. The Llyn Penninsula is a beautiful part of Wales. Fantastic scenery, abundant wild flowers and splendid bird life, with choughs seen most days. Simon and Peter at Edge of Wales did everything to make our walk as pleasurable as possible and we strongly recommend EOW to anyone planning to walk the North Wales Coastal Path.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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Edsnote wrote a review Apr 2018
York, United Kingdom38 contributions16 helpful votes
We know the area well and were visiting with a new friend who was a bird watcher and wanted to see the Choughs. The young man in the National Trust shop was fantastic and so helpful. He understood what we wanted and directed us to the perfect area to watch these rare and fascinating birds.
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Date of experience: April 2018
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DarrenDring wrote a review Jul 2017
Nottingham, United Kingdom100 contributions20 helpful votes
My girlfriend and I stayed in a caravan at Haven on the Llyn Peninsular and spent a whole day visiting the area. Some of the beaches were a match for Devon, Cornwall and Pembrokeshire and much more beautiful than we thought. The views from Abersoch beach to Snowdonia were quite spectacular and the beach was very nice with clean blue sea. Aberdaron beach was lovely, clean and it reminded us of the beaches, sea and coastline in North Devon. Aberdaron is a pretty little village in a nice coast setting, but everywhere seemed to be shut in the week when we went in early Autumn. The Whistling Sands was a very nice beach as well. Inland, the Peninsular is very green and unspoiled with scenery similar to Cornwall and Devon but with the added bonus of Snowdonia mountain views. Although the Peninsular looks very different to Snowdonia, we loved the beaches, scenery and nice little towns there. It's just down the road but a world away
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Date of experience: September 2016
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