Llyn, 'Snowdon's arm', is the dramatically beautiful 24-mile-long finger of land pointing into the Irish Sea. Its status as an official 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty' - which goes back more than 50 years - recognises the exceptional qualities of its coastline, along which you'll find mile after mile of sandy beaches, towering headlands, sheltered coves and open bays rich in wildlife, all interlinked by the Llyn Coastal Path. Llyn is a stronghold of Welsh culture and language with a fascinating religious heritage. Visitors can trace it all by following the Pilgrim's Route along the peninsula then taking a boat trip to Bardsey Island, a wildlife haven and National Nature Reserve designated by the Countryside Council for Wales.
Aberdaron ia an idyllic little village of white-painted fishermen's houses and cottages perched on the tip of Llyn, the 'Land's End' of North Wales.