Tourists have been visiting Llanbedrog on the Llŷn peninsula since Solomon Andrews built a tramway to connect it to Pwllheli in the 1890s. It is still a popular destination today for those that fancy time on the beach, with it being accessible and family friendly with expanses of sand, a café and toilets.
There's much more than the beach to discover at Llanbedrog. Whatever the weather you’re sure to enjoy your visit to this beautiful corner of Llyn.
Coastal birds such as oyster catchers and curlew that can be seen probing the expanse of uncovered sand at low tide. Wandering the network of paths that wind their way through the woodland and heathland that cloak the headland is a perfect way to while away an afternoon.
Plenty of fun for families
Llandedrog is a sheltered bay, ideal for family days at the seaside. Family fun adventure packs can be picked up at the car park; they contain a variety of interesting activities- bug hunting, games, leaf trails and more. Start ticking off some of the 50 things to do before you're 11¾.
Brining your dog to the beach
Your four legged companions are welcome on the beach all year round, but between 1 April and 30 September will need to be on a lead until beyond the beach huts.
- The walk up Mynydd Tir y Cwmwd to the tin man - beautiful heathland landscapes and amazing views over Cardigan Bay
- Picking up an adventure pack- fun activities for the whole family
- Visiting the nearby Oriel Plas Glyn y Weddw- Wales’s oldest art gallery is also one of the most picturesque