Opening times for 29 November 2023
Asset Opening time Coastline | Morlin Dawn - Dusk Car park | Maes parcio Open all day
Parking costs: £5 all day from 1 April - 1 Oct, £2.50 all day from 1 October - 31 March. £1.50 after 4pm all year round. The pay and display machines accept coins only. You can also pay online using PayByPhone. Free for members - please scan your membership card. Please note that overnight camping is not permitted.MTWTFSS3031123456789101112131415161718192021222324252627282930123
Not a National Trust Café.
Electric vehicle charging point
Please note the pay and display machines accept coins only. You can pay online using PayByPhone. We recommend you download the app before your visit.
Seasonal dog restrictions from 1 April to 30 September.
Grass and gravel car park. Gravel path to steep tarmac lane down to the beach (300 metres). Toilets at car park.
Steep hill from car park down to Porthor beach.
from Caernarfon follow the A487 then B4417 through Nefyn and Tudweiliog. At T-junction at Pen y Groeslon turn right and in ½ a mile follow signposted minor road on the right. If travelling from Pwllheli follow A499 to Llanbedrog then B4413 to Pen y Groeslon before following signposted minor road to right.
reach Aberdaron via services from Pwllheli to Aberdaron and Uwchmynydd
Parking is free for members of the National Trust. Please note the pay and display machines accept coins only. You can pay online using PayByPhone. We recommend you download the app before your visit.
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 sandy beach on the rugged northern coastline of the Llŷn peninsula, famous for its 'whistling sands'.
Our coastline isn’t just beautiful, it’s fun. Whether surfing, bodyboarding or kayaking, you’ll love getting active in the water at Porthor. Explore a great family beach and enjoy a great place to relax.
A beautifully restored 19th century cottage with panoramic sea views outside the front door.
Take in the views across Hell’s Mouth Bay from this cottage on the Plas-yn-Rhiw estate.
A bright, two-storey apartment in lovely Aberdaron, with a sandy beach on the doorstep and nearby trails for walking and cycling.
A bright, spacious apartment in the heart of lovely fishing village, Aberdaron, close to the wide, sandy bay.
This wonderful beach is famous for its ‘whistling sands’ and glistening waters. If the joys of sandcastles and sunbathing are not enough for you, then why not have a go at surfing? The sea here is perfect. In addition, the Wales Coast Path runs in both directions from the car park.