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Within this section: Pwllheli Home - Hidden Treasure Walk

Thanks to John Jones, now of Croydon who sent in this information about a walk around Pwllheli:

"Hidden Treasure Walk"

Ffynnon Felin Fach Spring near Pwllheli"One of the more pleasant walks to be enjoyed around Pwllheli is to take a route up Salem Terrace/Penrallt to the top of the hill, then following the footpath skirting Pen y Garn. (The views from here are breathtaking).

On emerging from the path on to the road at the top of Lleyn Street turn right and continue down the hill. (By the way Penlon Llyn - Lleyn Street - is an alternative easier route avoiding the steeper Salem Terrace to Penrallt). Going down the hill for some one hundred metres or so reaching almost level road you will find on your left this Hidden Treasure of the finest cool clear spring water.

After refreshing continue along this minor road towards Efailnewydd until you reach the main Nefyn to Pwllheli road, turn left at this junction in the direction of Pwllheli. On reaching the traffic island, the junction with the Abersoch Road, bear left towards the town. Alternatively if you should wish to extend your walk, at the traffic island cross directly across the road to another footpath that passes over another hidden gem, which must be one of the older slate bridges that cross Afon Rhyd-hir.

This path emerges close to the Pwllheli Golf Club. At this point you have the option of turning left to lead you directly into Pwllheli again, alternatively you can continue straight ahead emerging on the sand dunes at the end of the West End Parade seafront.

Turning left (eastwards) will lead you back into the town via Cardiff Road or along the seafront to return via the embankment along the harbour side. Here you can enjoy the newly re-generated Nature Reserve."

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