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Abersoch has a few beaches near its lovely village, all of which lie on the beautiful Llyn Peninsula, which means that they afford you some pretty views over Cardigan Bay and the Irish Sea.
Abersoch to Pwllheli
A Walk from Abersoch to Pwllheli
This walk makes up a total distance of around 8 miles, and apart from the occasional trial of walking over soft sand, is not particularly challenging at all. There is a bit of a climb, but nothing that should give you any cause for concern.
Airworld Aviation Museum
Take flight at...
For any budding pilots or anyone who occasionally looks to the sky in wonder, the Airworld Aviation Museum in Dinas Dinlle, Caernarfon, makes for a good day out.
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The Isle of Anglesey is a beautiful part of Wales, set apart from the Welsh mainland by the Menai Strait, and it is well worth spending at least a few days on in an effort to see and experience as much of its natural beauty as possible.
Anglesey Golf Club
On the beautiful Isle of Anglesey you'll find the appropriately named Anglesey Golf Club, a golf club which offers up a seriously fine game. Dating back to 1914, the club has a real heritage, having originally been designed by the double Open Champion, Harold Hilton.
Anglesey Sea Zoo
If you are looking for a fun way to spend the day with the kids in Anglesey, then look no further than the Anglesey Sea Zoo! It is the biggest aquarium in all of Wales, with a truly staggering amount of marine life – all of which are found in and around the United Kingdom – just waiting to be seen.
This not-for-profit enterprise is based just outside of Blaenau Ffestiniog in Gwynedd; that is where the “Stiniog” in the name comes from. Antur is the Welsh word for adventure, so their name translates rather literally to “Adventure Ffestiniog”. And an adventure is exactly what you will get! Famous for mountain biking they offer other adventures too...10% discount on electric bike hire from Siop Antur 'Stiniog, as well as a 10% discount on mountain bike hire and canoe and kayak hire in Canolfan Trawsfynedd.
The picturesque market town of Bala is situated on the banks of the tranquil Bala Lake. It’s always popular with visitors and definitely worth visiting. “Bala” is a Welsh word that refers a route between 2 areas of wet ground, in this case the river Dee from Llyn Tegid and the Afon (river)Tryweryn. The town is very traditional, and ranks 11th in terms of the highest percentage of Welsh speakers; almost 80% of the community speak the Brittonic language fluently.