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Croeso i Aberdaron  Welcome to Aberdaron

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At the "Land's End of Wales" is Aberdaron, the most westerly village on the Llyn Peninsula and indeed North Wales.

The village is one of the most picturesque on the peninsula, with it's whitewashed houses backing the beach and surrounded by green hills. The historic church of St. Hywyn's lies just above the beach, and was at one time thought to be about to fall into the sea as the waves were constantly wearing away the cliffs. Due to this, a new church was built up behind the village, but St. Hywyn's was preferred and sea defences have now been installed to protect it.

The village is centred around the confluence of the Afon Daron and a smaller river (Afon Cyll-y-felin). The two thin bridges often make access difficult for larger vehicles. The village centre has two pubs, two cafes and a couple of shops, with a walkway through the houses on the seafront onto the promenade.

Aberdaron Bay is home to the Gwylan (lit. Seagull) Islands to the southeast and also Porth Meudwy to the northwest. Porth Meudwy is a small cove where the boats leave the mainland to travel over Swnt Enlli (the Bardsey Sound) to Ynys Enlli (Bardsey).

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Aberdaron Beach
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Pen-y-Cil Walk
Porth Oer Walk
 

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Local Businesses  External Links

Dorlan Cottage
Edge of Wales Walk
Llyn Cycle Hire
Manaros B&B / Self Catering Accommodation
Ty Hen Self Catering Cottage
 

Aberdaron Link
St. Hywyn's Church
 
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