Aberdaron on the Llyn Peninsula
St Hywyn's Church Aberdaron © Crown copyright (2013) Visit Wales and below
The tiny village of Aberdaron sits on the western tip of the Llyn and is often referred to as the Lands’ End of Wales. With a population of just 1,000 it was once a ship building centre and port, and has a deep maritime, religious and industrial history. In the middle ages it was a resting place for the pilgrims visiting Bardsey Island and is today, weather permitting, still a popular place from which to set off on a boat trip to the island.
The ancient St Hywyn’s Church clings to the edge of the shore on Aberdaron and has close links with the abbey on Bardsey. Aberdaron has a large sandy beach for families and is popular with ramblers due to its many scenic walks. There are plenty of self-catering cottages, camping sites as well as a couple of hotels on the edge of the beach which have restaurants open to the public, and great views out to sea.
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