The hidden coves of the Llyn Peninsula

The Hidden Coves Of The Llyn Peninsula

Wales is known for its beautiful beaches, but there are some hidden coves on the Llyn peninsula that are really extra special… they are a little out of the way but if you like the sound of a waterfall cascading onto the beach or sand that whistles under your feet, you might like to try and find the hidden coves of the Llyn Peninsula. PORTH IAGO | 52.851503, -4.722451 With its crystal blue waters and white sands, on a lovely sunny day, you could be mistaken for being in the med somewhere. Access is from a farm where there is parking which you will need to pay a nominal fee for. It’s good for kayaking and canoeing as well as swimming. PORTH YSGO | 52.806315, -4.660383 At the back of the beach is a 40ft waterfall that falls onto the beach – its really beautiful. At high tide, the beach itself is pebbly (good for stone…

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Best Beach Bar

Best Beach Bar in the World | Ty - Coch Inn

Some of the best places to visit are those off the beaten track and The Ty-Coch Inn in the tiny fishing village of Porthdinllaen on the Llyn Peninsula is no exception. To get there you either have to arrive by water on boat or jet ski or walk for 20 minutes down from the golf course or across from Nefyn beach….is it the best beach bar in the world? When you get to Porthdinllaen you know you are somewhere special; the village is set in a hidden cove on the beach and the Ty Coch Inn is at the heart of it all. The pub is uber relaxed and you almost feel overdressed by even wearing shoes. It’s a popular place during the summer and they cater for that; lots of outside table space and pergolas and of course the famous wall on which you can sit and enjoy the view. The food is good pub…

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Niki Pilkington | An Artists Profile

Niki Pilkington is an Welsh born illustrator currently living in New York. Her work is described as highly charged, trend inspired fashion portraits which has gained her a client list which includes TOPSHOP, Ted Baker, Sir Paul McCartney & MTV. Using her mother tongue, Welsh in her work, she is well known for combining her love of phrases, idioms and beautiful quotes into her pieces – it’s great to see the welsh language incorporated into a high fashion, modern environment – and even more so on an international stage. Her original works tend to be found on the walls of private collectors homes, but the good new is that prints are also sold through galleries and on line including the gallery at Plas Glyn y Weddw . Being a local girl to the area from Morfa Nefyn, we asked her where was her favourite place to visit and favorite place to eat in Snowdonia. Beddgelert was…

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