Wales Coast Path
Here is a golden opportunity to experience the open but intricate country that is the Llŷn Peninsula, Menai and Meirionnydd coastline.
The path follows Gwynedd’s coastline, stretching 180 miles from Llanfairfechan in the north of the county, down to Machynlleth near the south of the county.
By following the path you can enjoy the splendour of the areas diverse landscape, there are small coves and long sandy beaches, rugged cliffs and wild heathland.
The path is part of the Wales Coast Path – a continuous 870 mile path that runs right around the coastline of Wales.
For further information, including maps to download, go to the Wales Costal Path website www.walescoastpath.gov.uk or the Gwynedd Council website.
Two circular routes along the path have also been developed around Llithfaen (Tre'r Ceiri) and Porthmadog/Borth y Gest. More details including and App and a downloadable PDF from Walking North Wales.
Brand New Bus Service
From Sunday 13th July O Ddrws i Ddrws (Door to Door) will start a brand new service. A bus will run along the Llŷn coastline from Nefyn to Aberdaron and back every Sunday throughout the summer. The service will be open to all – tourists, locals, able bodied or disabled. It will start off at Nefyn at 10am and travel to Aberdaron, picking up people along the route. It may even divert to villages and hamlets along the way, as long as the journey is booked before the previous Friday. The bus can take up to a maximum of 12 passengers, so be sure to book early. You can book by ringing 01758 721777 or e mail firstname.lastname@example.org