Cycling in Aberdaron

National Trust Rangers on a hill resting after a cycle

Although small, the seaside village of Aberdaron has many things to offer; indoor and out. Bring a bike, or rent one locally and follow the routes around the coast. Here’s a few for you to try out.

Aberdaron to Porthor

This cycle route takes you from Aberdaron to the beautiful sandy beach of Porthor.

Once you’ve reached Porthor, enjoy a cup of tea on the water’s edge, or stroll along the squeaky sands.
Stop off ay Mynydd Carreg once famous for its striking red stone; jasper, it’s also the remains of a Second World War lookout point.

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Aberdaron to Plas yn Rhiw

See Plas yn Rhiw from a different perspective; this cycle route provides fantastic views from Rhiw as well as the 17th century manor house with its beautiful garden and orchard.

You could also visit our cottages nestled into the landscape at Rhiw; Tan yr Ardd and Fron Deg.

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Aberdaron to Mynydd Mawr

This relatively short cycle route takes you up to the summit of Mynydd Mawr. Look out at Bardsey Island, along the coastline down Cardigan Bay and back inland towards Snowdonia.

Along the way you’ll pass Cwrt, our base on the Llŷn Peninsula; previously known as Abbots court.

Why not cycle down to Porth Meudwy along the way?

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Look over to Bardsey Island
Braich y Pwll, Uwchmynydd, Llyn Peninsula
Look over to Bardsey Island