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An old fishing village perched on the end of a thin ribbon of land stretching into the Irish Sea

Morfa Nefyn, Gwynedd, LL53 6DA

A view of the beach and coastal hamlet of Porthdinllaen with the coast visible on the right, a green cliffside behind the hamlet and people visible walking along the beach

Important notice

Yn anffodus, nid oes biniau cyhoeddus ar y safle. Gofynnwn yn garedig i chi fynd â’ch sbwriel gyda chi. | Please note there are no public bins on-site. We kindly ask you take your litter home.

Planning your visit

A view of the beach and surrounding cliffs and countryside from above at Porthdinllaen, Gwynedd, Wales

Launching sea craft at Porthdinllaen 

Follow this guidance about safe and compliant sea craft launching if you want to launch power boats and jet-skis in Gwynedd and keep users and wildlife safe.

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.

Visiting Llŷn Peninsula with your dog 

Here in Llŷn we’ve got a range of walks to please you and your four-legged companion, from the beautiful Porthdinllaen to the rugged coastline of 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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