Explore the Llŷn - See & Do

Snowdonia Pass

If you love Snowdonia and you love saving money, you’ll really love Snowdonia Pass! There are lots of ways to save with Snowdonia Pass, from shopping and dining out to things to do and places to stay. With over 40 local tourism businesses offering exclusive discounts, you’ll love the savings Snowdonia Pass can offer. Passes cost just £5 for up to 12 months of savings! Buy your Snowdonia pass online at www.snowdoniapass.co.uk today!

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Abersoch Angling Tuition

Have you never fished but fancy seeing what its all about? Fished but rarely caught? Been fishing for years from the shore or a boat but would like some local knowledge and expertise? Contact Mike at Abersoch Angling for some first class guidance in your boat, on the beach, spinning or rock fishing. As the author of A Sea Anglers Guide to Pen Llyn he is the ideal person to help you out.

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Abersoch Golf Club

Abersoch Golf Club is gem of a course tucked away behind the main beach. A great test of golf for all, you will have to concentrate because the views from some tees are breathtaking. On the signature hole 3, looking across the blue bay waters towards the snow-capped mountains of Snowdonia – where else would you want to play golf? Everyone is welcome to come and relax on the patio and in the clubhouse, great food, great drinks and a warm welcome. We look forward to seeing you .

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Anglesey Sea Zoo

Meet amazing invertebrates in the No Bone Zone, see the wolf fish lair and creep through the Seven Sisters shipwreck! Visit our British seahorse and lobster conservation programmes, a kelp forest full of huge fish and our new jellyfish display. Daily interactive talks, a fully licensed Rockpool Café with locally sourced produce, superb gift shop, crazy golf, adventure playground, giant bouncy castle and slide, with stunning views of the Menai Strait and Snowdonia National Park. Free return visits for a week from the day of purchase! So you can return for our daily talks and fish feeds or to use the playground. For all ages and all weathers it’s a Splashing Day Out! Directions Take the A55 across the Britannia Bridge, then follow the Brown Lobster signs along the A4080 from Llanfairpwll to Brynsiencyn. Open: Daily February half term – October half term (see website or call us for winter opening times).

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Bendi-gedig Soft Play Centre

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Caernarfon Castle

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Childrens Farm Park, Harlech

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Criccieth Castle

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Eisteddfa Fisheries

Coarse & Trout Fishery with Lakeside Cafe Whether you enjoy a relaxing day’s coarse or game fishing, or a fun family day out, you’ll enjoy the friendly atmosphere and spectacular views here at Eisteddfa Fishery. With a choice of beautiful lakes to suit all preferences and all the tackle, advice and refreshments you could need, we can guarantee you’ll leave Eisteddfa with a sense of calm, a spring in your step and maybe even something for the evening’s BBQ.

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Fish 'n' Trips

The sheltered waters off Abersoch with the magnificent backdrop of the St.Tudwals Islands and Snowdonia contain a wide variety of wonderful wildlife for you to enjoy whilst on Pen Llŷn and seeing the seals and maybe even the resident dolphins around the bay will be a memory you will treasure from you visit! You can choose a wildlife cruise or a fishing trip, suitable for all ages and abilities, which operate every day during the summer weather permitting. Trips leave from Abersoch Main beach. Booking is essential.

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Glasfryn Parc

Enjoy a fantastic family day and evening out, whatever the weather! We have a wide range of fun activities for all ages- whether you decide to take the challenge of the Go-Karts, Cable Wakeboarding, Kayaking, SUP, Archery, Quad Bikes or try your hand at Ten Pin Bowling. We also have a Soft Play Centre that’s perfect for younger children. Homemade food is served all day until late. Admission and parking is FREE at the park.

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Gypsy Wood Park, Caernarfon

Gypsy Wood Park is a magical day out for visitors of all ages, which all the family will love. There are loads of things to see and do at our outdoor park in the foothills of Snowdonia in North Wales, and we’re a must-see attraction for all animal, nature, outdoor, train and fairy lovers. Bring your wellies to explore the wetlands, meet all the different animals who live here, find the fairies, make a wish, hop on Woody’s train and enjoy one of our fabulous adventure play areas; just some of the events and attractions available at Gypsy Wood Park. Open Monday 21st March until September. We will be open daily from 10.30am to 5.00pm. Please note that in inclement weather we may close early, or in severe conditions we may remain closed for the day.

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King Arthur’s Labyrinth

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Lloyd George Museum

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Llyn Leisure & Rural Services

A small & friendly Campsite and Holiday Home with coarse fishing lakes located on a Farm on the Llyn Peninsula, with spectacular views showing Llyn at it's best. The two lakes with well-kept natural grassy banks, rushes and islands. Lovely views - Llŷn Leisure lakes are a truly magical place to spend the day fishing

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Nefyn Golf Club

Nefyn and District Golf Club has spectacular breath-taking views across the beautiful Llŷn Peninsula overlooking Porthdinllaen Bay. A truly magical location offering the option of a full wedding package including ceremony or any other special type of event

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Oriel Plas Glyn y Weddw

Modern art gallery housed in a Gothic mansion with a vaulted wood-beamed roof, plus a shop and cafe.

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Penarth Fawr Medieval House

Penarth Fawr yw un o'r Neuaddau Canoloesol hynaf yng Nghymru. Adeiladwyd y neuadd bresennol oddeutu 1460 ar safle adeilad blaenorol oedd yn perthyn i un o 5 llwyth teulu pwysicaf Gwynedd, o linach Collwyn ap Tangno. Mae'r bwa 'Truss' derw yn ganolbwynt i'r neuadd ac yn arwain y briodferch i'r bwrdd uno. Fe allwch briodi yma am cyn lleiad a £500! Cysylltwch a ni am wybodaeth pellach. The great hall at Penarth Fawr was built circa 1460. It replaced a former building which belonged to one of the 5 main tribal families of Gwynedd, in the lineage of the Eifionydd leader and servant to the Welsh princes, Collwyn ap Tangno. The main oak truss in the hall has been dendrochronolgically dated to the mid 15th Century. This is the structure that leads the bride to the ceremonial table. You can get married here for as little as £500! The venue sits a maximum of 70 guests. Seating hire available. Get in touch for further information. The venue is owned by a local Welsh family who pride themselves on making sure your day will be unforgettable. Please note that Penarth Fawr is a registered Ancient Monument.

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Penrhyn Castle

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Plas Yn Rhiw

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