Full of culture and history

Follow the path through time and discover the pilgrim’s route to Bardsey, rich archaeological remains in Rhiw, Llŷn’s busy fishing ports, quaint churches and crofters cottages.

Aberdaron beach in Llŷn Peninsula, Gwynedd

Bring history to life in Llŷn 

Are you curious about the rich and colourful history in Llŷn? Take a journey into its past and find out more about some of the people and places that have shaped this special peninsula.

The Way at Porth y Swnt, Aberdaron

Catch some culture in Llŷn 

If you’re out and about and in need of a break, why not drop in to one of the Llŷn’s special cultural attractions.

Tan-Y-Muriau, Rhiw, Llyn Peninsula

Uncover the secret Prehistory of Rhiw 

Are you looking for an archaeological adventure, full of exploration and mystery? Take a journey back in time and find out more about the early societies that have shaped Llŷn.

St.Hywyn church, Aberdaron, Llyn Peninsula

Explore St Hywyn’s church in Aberdaron

Discover St Hywyn's Church in Aberdaron and explore the last stopping point for pilgrims before crossing to Bardsey, isle of 20,000 saints. Follow in their footsteps and visit one of the most beautiful places in Wales.

Headland at Aberdaron, Llyn Peninsula

Go walking in Aberdaron and shed new light on Llŷn 

Hidden coves, archaeological treasures, amazing views, rare habitats and species all make Aberdaron an unforgettable stopping point on the Llŷn peninsula.

Looking at Yr Eifl from Dinas Dinlle beach

Views, walking and archaeology on Yr Eifl  

Enjoy spectacular seascapes, wonderful wildlife and phenomenal prehistoric hill forts on the highest point on the peninsula.