Aberdaron Village and beach



Aberdarons beach  has been awarded a blue flag for cleanliness and safe bathing. Miles of sandy beach with the occasional rocky areas, great for rock pooling. Its not unusual to see porpoise dolphins and seals swimming across the bay.

There are numerous other beaches to discover on the Lleyn Peninsula including Porth Oer with its famous whistling sands, National Trusts  Porth Ysgo, Porth Colmon and Porth Dinllaen in Nefyn are all within 15 minutes drive

Aberdaron Village

The village was once the last  port of call for ancient travellers to Ynys Enlli (Bardsey Island), its location is now perfect for family beach holidays, cycling and walking. There are two pubs, a fish and chip shop, several cafes, a beach baggett shop, post office and spar as well as a bakery and newsagents. The National Trusts LLeyn visitor centre, Porth y Swnt, is also in the village.

Popular Abersoch is about 12km away, Bardsey Island is just off the headland and the peaks of Snowdonia about an hour away.