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Pwllheli is a charming coastal town located on the Llyn Peninsula in North Wales. With its sandy beaches, crystal-clear waters, and stunning views of the Snowdonia mountains, it is a popular destination for beach lovers and outdoor enthusiasts alike. The town boasts a rich maritime history, which is reflected in its bustling harbour and marina. Visitors can also enjoy exploring the quaint shops, cafes, and restaurants that line the picturesque streets. For those seeking adventure, Pwllheli is an excellent base for exploring the Llyn Peninsula and nearby Snowdonia National Park. From hiking and cycling to water sports and fishing, there is something for everyone to enjoy in this beautiful part of Wales. Explore this area and beyond from one of our affordable Pwllheli cottages.

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Pwllheli, a charming coastal town in Gwynedd offers a mix of seaside beauty and local attractions. Here are the top five things to see and do in Pwllheli:

  1. Pwllheli Beach: Relax and unwind on Pwllheli Beach, a sandy stretch perfect for sunbathing, picnicking, and gentle strolls. The calm waters also provide opportunities for swimming and water sports.

  2. Pwllheli Marina: Visit Pwllheli Marina, a bustling hub for boating and yachting enthusiasts. Stroll along the quayside, watch the boats come and go, and enjoy views of the scenic coastline.

  3. Penarth Fawr: Explore Penarth Fawr, a historic Tudor mansion that glimpses into Pwllheli's past. Learn about the town's history and architecture as you wander through this well-preserved house.

  4. Llŷn Coastal Path: Embark on a section of the Llŷn Coastal Path, which passes through Pwllheli. Enjoy breathtaking coastal views as you hike along this scenic trail.

  5. Market Day: If your visit coincides with market day, explore Pwllheli's market to find local produce, crafts, and more. It's an excellent opportunity to experience the town's community spirit.

Bonus: Take a short drive to nearby attractions like Abersoch Beach for more coastal exploration or visit the picturesque village of Criccieth with its castle and seafront.

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