Llyn Peninsula Walks

Llyn peninsula walks

This glorious area is unlike any other part of Wales, and we have Llyn Peninsula Walks (Pen Llŷn in Welsh) suitable for all tastes and abilities.

Stretching out into the Irish Sea, the Llyn Peninsula, the arm of Wales has a very strong sense of cultural identity with 73% able to speak Welsh, it is steeped in history and is one of 5 Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) in Wales.

Those who have the time might want to walk the stunning coastline in it’s entirety by following the Wales Coastal Path. Or explore more manageable walks from places such as Aberdaron, Abersoch, Nefyn and Pwllheli.

The Llyn Peninsula even boast their own hills. Walk up Yr Eifl, Mynydd Gwaith and Tre’r Ceiri from Llithfaen so you can summit it’s highest point, and in turn explore one of the finest examples of a bronze age hill fort in Britain.

With stunning coastline usually comes stunning beaches, and Llyn Peninsula is no exception. Porth Neigwl, or Hell’s Mouth as it’s known in English is a mecca for local and visiting surfers alike, follow this enjoyable circular walk for a spectacular view above the semi-circular bay with the iconic Snowdonia Mountains in the distance.

For those who like a good pub, you won’t go far wrong with a walk at Porthdinallaen, which visits the famous Ty Coch Inn (Welsh for Red House), voted third best beach pub in the World no less!

All our Llyn Peninsula walking routes come with Ordnance Survey mapping and downloadable GPX files for GPS devices. There’s also either a detailed description written by ourselves, or a link to our carefully curated routes on selected partner websites.

See our full selection of Llyn Peninsula walks scroll below.

Wales Coast Path Circular Walks Gwynedd – Llanystumdwy No ratings yet.

Llanystumdwy is a charming little village on the banks of the river Dwyfor, and is the starting point of this walk which takes us through farmland to the Dwyfor estuary and its panoramic views of Tremadog Bay and the mountains. On our return, we visit the upper part of the village with its interesting houses and enjoy the area’s links with the politician, …

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Wales Coast Path Circular Walks Gwynedd – Rhiw 1/5 (1)

Although Mynydd Rhiw rises steeply from Porth Neigwl (also known as Hell’s Mouth), this isn’t a mountain path, but rather an enjoyable circular walk on the south-easterly hillside. It offers spectacular views of Porth Neigwl and the bay and the Snowdonia Mountains in the distance, and follows an assortment of paths through small fields and roads sheltered by the woods of Plas yn …

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Walk the Wales Coast Path From Caernarfon to Clynnog No ratings yet.

The Wales Coastal Path from Caernarfon on to Clynnog isn’t the most spectacular, with a far too substantial section following a busy main road. However, there are still plenty of highlights along the way, with the less rugged coastline providing habitat for wetland birds. There’s also Caernarfon Castle, the Menai Straits and Dinas Dinlle as …

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Y Lon Goed 3/5 (1)

The Lon Goed is a pleasant walk or run in the Dwyfor countryside. The wooded lane was built initially to transport lime to the inland farms, but is now both tarmac and  traffic free for most of the distance. Unfortunately, it’s only a footpath as opposed to a bridleway, but would be an excellent trip …

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