BEACH IT: Abersoch's main beach is worth a mention as it's super sandy and sheltered so great for learning to water ski, sail or wake board, or try Porth Neigwl Beach, aka Hell's Mouth as it's locally known has fabulous waves. Pebbly at the top it's worth a visit at low tide for the sand
WALKING : The Wales National Coastal Path takes you almost around the Peninsula, with a new National Trust Centre at Aberdaron, you can pick up plenty of info on the surrounding area too. Beyond the Peninsula lies the National Park of Snowdonia which prides itself on being the place for adventure in Wales!
BITES TO EAT: The Ty Coch Inn on the beach in Porthdinllaen is a well worth trying. Tafarn y Fic is a community owned pub just a couple of miles away, or splash out and visit Michelin starred Plas Bodegroes for some really fabulous nosh!
CASTLES & CULTURE: Welsh culture is very much alive on the Llyn Peninsula and you will hear Welsh spoken frequently in the shops. For a touch of history, the castles of Criccieth, Caernarfon and Harlech are well worth a visit, each in an impressive location.
ADVENTURE: There is heaps of adventure to be had in this part of Wales, from sailing in nearby Pwllheli, Coasteering, Caving, plus of course mountains biking and spectacular walking for all levels. Runners will enjoy (!) some of the great events which take place nearby, from the Welsh 1000's in June each year, to the Snowdonia and Anglesey Marathons - all of which the greatest of fitness tests