Aberdaron known as 'The Lands' End of Wales' is a beautiful seaside village with pretty white washed holiday cottages, and a glorious sandy beach. Aberdaron a former fishing village is steeped in history and is a very popular holiday location enjoyed by families, couples and individuals wanting to 'get away from it all'. Strolling around the village of Aberdaron you'll find souvenir shops, cafe's and tea rooms, bars and restaurants. Award winning beaches makes Aberdaron great for families, with rock pools and sea caves to explore the kids will love it. Water sports are very popular as well, Aberdaron offers a great beach location for wind surfing, kayaking and sailing, diving and fishing, or if you prefer just relaxing on the spectacular sandy beach is also allowed.
A great location to base a walking holiday, with easy access from Aberdaron onto the Wales Coastal Path.
Bardsley Island is a 'must see' place to visit and is easily reached with boat trips from Aberdaron running throughout the summer months, see the ruins of St Mary's Abbey, the sea birds, and seals and dolphins are frequent visitors to the area, so be sure to take your camera.
If you can drag yourself away during your stay in Aberdaron there are lots of places of interest on the Llyn Peninsula you may want to visit. The popular market town of Pwllheli which is only around 15 miles away has a market twice a week, a great marina, and lots of places to eat and drink. Abersoch is a popular and very fashionable seaside resort with an abundance of water sports and sailing activities available. Also Nefyn and Morfa Nefyn can be reached within a half hour drive.
Holiday homes in Aberdaron are in strong demand, but there is a good selection of holiday cottages which sleep from two to ten guests, and some with fantastic sea views.
A great holiday awaits you and your family in Aberdaron, and you can be sure of one thing, you won't want to go home at the end of it.
3 bed - sleeps 6
From £590 per week
Amazing holiday home offering superb self catering holiday accommodation at Aberdaron. If it's a sea view you're looking for you've certainly found it, plus it's situated right on the Welsh Coastal Path, making it ideal for walking enthusiasts and a great base to explore the Llyn Peninsula.