Aberdaron

Aberdaron, United Kingdom

AB51439820619 AB101439820621 AB41439820619 AB61439820617 AB71439820616 AB91439820613 AB31439820584 AB11439820583 AB21439820583Aberdaron is a former fishing village at the western tip of the Llŷn Peninsula in the Welsh county of Gwynedd. Aberdaron has  gradually developed into a popular holiday resort. The beach was awarded a Seaside Award in 2008. A day out to Aberdaron is highly recommended. There are shops and restaurants, walks around the village and over the cliffs tops.

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Pay Car park near to beach. Can get full fairly quickly.

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