Explore the Llŷn Peninsula

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Make some time during your stay to explore the Llŷn Peninsula.

It’s ‘The arm of Eryri (Snowdon)’. Or the ‘Land’s End of Wales’. Or the ‘Cornish-like arm which thrusts itself westward’. Whichever way you look at it, this 16-mile/26km sliver of land is a place apart, a destination that’s different even by Welsh standards. 

Llŷn is a stronghold of culture and heritage. It also has a magnetic charm that never fails to seduce. Its coastline, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, accommodates a dizzying variety of scenery within its relatively short length – everything from towering, wind-blown cliffs to snug, sheltered harbours, sandy beaches to traditional villages and fashionable resorts.