Abersoch has a wonderful beach for you to enjoy.
It is also well known as a boating resort and it hosts many national boating events each year.
The village itself, although small, is well supplied with numerous good eating places and shops.
A mile away, the picturesque village of Llangian has a 6th Century Church.
Aberdaron is a quaint little village on the tip of the Llyn Peninsula – approximately 14 miles away. It has a lovely beach, cafes, 2 public houses and a bakery with a thatched roof.
A short distance away is Uwchmynydd – this is the tip of the Peninsula – with stunning views towards Bardsey Island, known as the legendary "Island of 20,000 Saints", it was said that 3 pilgrimages to Bardsey was equal to one pilgrimage to Rome. The mountains of Wicklow can be seen on a clear day.
There are many beautiful beaches in the area – the closest one being the Warren – just across the road from our entrance; there is also another beach in the centre of Abersoch.
There are so many lovely beaches in the area – all within approximately half an hour’s drive – Porthor (Whistling Sands) – where the sand actually whistles under your feet; we have Porth Neigwl (Hell’s Mouth) which is ideal for surfers, and many small coves in the area.
St. Tudwal’s Islands, Half Tide Rocks or Bardsey Island have their large colony of seals which is well worth a visit on one of the pleasure boats which take people out.
Ty Coch, Morfa Nefyn (www.tycoch.co.uk) is well worth a visit – it is a lovely walk from Morfa Nefyn golf club down to the beach at Porthdinllaen – this caption was in a local paper recently: The Ty Coch Inn is arguably the best pub in Wales and OFFICIALLY in the top ten beach bars in the world... according to a recent survey.
Castellmarch Circular Walk (3.4 miles allow approx. 1.5 hours) - click here
When you follow the Llŷn Coastal Path you will enjoy the splendour of the local landscape.You will come across small coves and wide expanses of sand, rugged cliffs, small harbours and wild heath land.
Early pilgrims walked these paths before you, enjoying the same rich wildlife.
For the more serious walker, the Snowdonia National Park is only 13 miles from Pwllheli.
The novice or experienced sports person will find plenty to do in the area.
The Abersoch district also offers facilities for all forms of water sports.
Surfers are particularly fond of Porth Neigwl (Hell's Mouth).
Nearby are opportunities for pony trekking and riding, or shooting and archery.
Pwllheli itself has a well equipped Leisure Centre.
Boat trips are available from Porth Meudwy by arrangement (weather permitting): www.bardseyboattrips.com
Another place to visit is Portmeirion (www.portmeirion.wales)- It was designed and built by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis between 1925 and 1975 in the style of an Italian village, and is now owned by a charitable trust.
Oriel Glyn y Weddw, Llanbedrog (art gallery and café) is about a 5 minute drive away from here, they have open air cinema’s during the summer months (weather permitting): www.oriel.org.uk