The Lleyn Peninsula: Explore, Experience - Enjoy!
At Y Noddfa, you’re deep in the green countryside of the Lleyn Peninsula - but just a few minutes southwards is Pwllhelli, a Victorian market town with a fine harbour and probably the best marina in Europe.
West of Pwllhelli is the ever popular and fashionable coastal resort of Abersoch - now famous for its Wakestock summer festival - whilst further westward still is Hell’s Mouth, a long and curving beach embraced by high and rocky promontories that give commanding views of the southern coastline and offshore islands.
Even more quiet and remote is the northern seaward edge of the Lleyn Peninsula, bordered by quiet lanes ideal for leisurely exploration. And at nearby Morfa Nefyn you’ll find golf, sailing, and the delights of Porth Dinllaen, a beachside hamlet accessible only on foot - and well worth the walk!
The wonders of Wales within easy reach
Whichever way you travel from Y Noddfa, you’ll find wonders of Wales that will amaze and delight you! Journey north to Caernarfon and discover one of the country’s finest castles; from here, you’re within reach of Anglesey - and Holyhead for a quick and easy trip to Ireland.
Further along the coast are the celebrated resort of Llandudno - whilst if it’s wide- open spaces you’re after, westwards of Y Noddfa lies the mountainous massif of Snowdonia, where there’s walking, climbing and mountain-biking to complement or challenge every ability.
If you follow the wide southward curve of Cardigan Bay, you’ll find yet more magnificent castles at Criccieth and Harlech, as well as the bustling town of Porthmadog, and some of the most unpopulated upland landscapes in the whole country, where getting away from it all couldn’t be easier!