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Morfa and Nant Bach

A rocky coastline and pebble beach dominated by what was once the world’s biggest granite quarry. | Arfordir creigiog a thraeth cerrig mân yng nghysgod gweddillion hen chwarel wenithfaen a fu unwaith yr un fwyaf yn y byd.  

Morfa a Nant Bach, Trefor, Gwynedd, LL545LB

Sea stacks, Trefor

Planning your visit

Two people are walking two small dogs along Llanbedrog beach, a wide stretch of sand lined with colourful beach huts with tall, dark green trees directly behind them.

Ymweld â Pen Llŷn gyda'ch ci 

Yma yn Llŷn mae gennym ni amrywiaeth o deithiau cerdded i’ch plesio chi a’ch ffrind pedair coes, o draeth perffaith Porthdinllaen i arfordir prydferth Porthor.

A young child and her mother bending down to look at flowers in the Sunken Garden in May at Castle Ward, County Down, Northern Ireland


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