Llyn Coastal Path

Llyn Coastal Path, Pwllheli: Address, Llyn Coastal Path Reviews: 5/5

Llyn Coastal Path
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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.
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Emilce
3 contributions
No go
Mar 2021
We were stopped from going here. What a shame. We will be back again. Parking places are plenty and scattered throughout the trail.
Written 27 March 2021
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Steve H
25 contributions
great views, well signposted, although "circular route" is not on the OS map
Aug 2020
Fantastic view and walk along cliffs. We went South from Hells mouth and eventually to "circular walk" which is signposted, but not on the OS map.
Written 24 August 2020
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Mrs P
Pwllheli, UK2 contributions
Food for the soul
Feb 2020 • Solo
The Llŷn Peninsula is a bit of a hidden gem and the coastal path is truly lovely. Unspoilt with a great variety of patchwork countryside thanks to the active progressive farming in the area. Wicklow Mountains clearly visible from north west part of path on a clear day.
Written 12 February 2020
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Lippy69
Pwllheli, UK25 contributions
Stunning
Oct 2019 • Couples
Beautiful throughout the path ....ensure you take lots of pictures as every corner / area gives you breath taking views...
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Written 9 October 2019
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Gill A
Kidderminster, UK45 contributions
Pwllheli was lovely only problem was the jellyfish
Aug 2019
We stayed for 5 days in Pwllheli and can thoroughly recommend it. The town is old and interesting with lots of independent shops. An excellent Spar right in the centre that sells a big selection of local Welsh produce. The beach is just to the south of the town. Pebbles, with shells and seaweed, gently sloping. Almost deserted even on August Bank Holiday Saturday. This may have been because of the many jellyfish that were washed up with the tide. We were fascinated by them and stroked their backs quite safely, it is their legs that dangle in the water that sting.
Abersoch is trendy and rather pretentious and only about 5 miles down the road. The weather was good and the beach was heaving. The shops/cafes/piubs/restaurants, of which there are many, are expensive. Nice place if you like crowds but we preferred Pwllheli. Went to Gibsy Wood Park when we were there, about 17 miles away. The children (aged 4, 8 and 19) absolutely loved it. Very good value for money, highly recommended.
Written 17 September 2019
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Catherine B
Southend on Sea31 contributions
enjoyable walk with a nice reward at the end
Aug 2019
we walked from Pwhelli to Llanbedrog along the coastal path with two teens and our dog. the path was easy to walk with much being flat along the way. we were staying in Pwhelli, so it was a nice alternative to not needing to use the car and walking alongside the coast meant we had lovely views. the first part was sandy and ran along behind the houses where were staying (bonus). then onto a track that runs alongside the golf course, then onto fields beside cows and sheep (some open fields some fenced from the path). the bonus was arriving at LLanbedrog beach and visiting the Aqua beach bar and the Gly y weddw arms for dinner before walking back. unusually the kids didnt moan either - bonus all round!
Written 7 September 2019
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GillBrock84
Whaley Bridge, UK151 contributions
Family Holiday
Aug 2019 • Family
I visited here with my 9 and 10 year old boys and out dog. The path was well laid and the views were fantastic. It isnt touristy at all which makes it more apealing.
Written 6 September 2019
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GCD2311
Cheshire, UK791 contributions
Llyn 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 Gwynedd Coastal walk stunning 💙
Jun 2019 • Couples
Ni hao 🇬🇧🇨🇳 Llyn Gwynedd 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 coastal walk offers so much more than stunning coastal views. Llyn peninsula walk is around ninety one miles to test your walking boots and endeavor taking in picturesque towns along the way from or to Porthmadog. If walking is not your thing you could catch the little train through Snowdonia. Personally the stretch from Trevor .. Nefyn .. Aberdaron is a favorite. And the three sisters mountains is also worth a mention, sunset views from the summit are amazing looking across the bay towards Anglesey and Snowdonia National Park. Then on occasions stopping off at the Ty Coch pub after navigating around Nefyn golf club golf ⛳️ 🏌️ So! Folks get out and enjoy this absolutely free treat. Heading over to another stunningly beautiful 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 Ogwen Valley tomorrow with a beautiful day forecast.. Good to be alive days! Xiexie Gordon 🇬🇧 Sissi 🇨🇳
Written 27 June 2019
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Jolyon101
London, UK115 contributions
Well worth walking
Jun 2019
We walked many different short sections of this pathway and found them all to be interesting. We would definitely walk the Llyn coastal path again.
Written 27 June 2019
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Crimson Pirate
135 contributions
A walk to paradise
Jun 2019 • Family
Amazing walk from start to finish. Make sure you do this once in your life my friend. You will enjoy it.
Written 9 June 2019
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