Nestled high above the south coast of Llŷn,
behind Llanbedrog and Abersoch is the scattered
community of Mynytho.
The village enjoys excellent views from almost
all parts, with "the Foel" providing some of the
area's best views over Abersoch and Porth Neigwl/Hell's
Mouth. "The Foel" is a small rounded summit to
the south west of the village, whilst to the
north is the more prominent Foel Tŵr as it is
known locally, because of it's disused windmill
at the top (often referred to as the Jam Pot)
and views from here extend across Pwllheli to
Snowdonia further east.
The village has a small shop/post office and a
primary school with it's nearby park, picnic
area and public toilets at the foot of "the Foel".
Gallery (click for a