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. For further information, including maps to download, go to the Wales Costal Path website www.walescoastpath.gov.uk
Circular Walks on the Wales Coast Path
To make the most of the coastal walking offer, 18 circular walks have been developed by Gwynedd Council through funding received by the Big Lottery Coastal Communities Fund.
The circular walks give you the opportunity to enjoy the Coast Path, but also to appreciate nature, heritage, culture and adventure opportunities available in the nearby villages and towns.
The walks will be available here soon.
Llŷn Coastal Bus (O Ddrws i Ddrws) 24/03/16 – 30/10/16
This is a bus service that runs along the Llŷn coastline from Nefyn to Abersoch. This year the bus starts running on Thursday, 24 March and will run until Sunday 30 October – four times a week on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. The service is open to all – tourists, locals, able bodied or disabled – for only £1 each way.
There are two buses – one setting off from Nefyn at 9.00am, and the other from Abersoch. The last service of the day is at 16.50. The bus serves 5 fixed points, which include:- Abersoch, Porth Neigwl, Aberdaron, Porthor and Nefyn.
If space is available passengers can be picked up on the bus route by ‘hail and ride’. As a flexible service the bus can also pick up pre-booked passengers by prior arrangement. You can catch the bus without booking, but to be picked up at a nearby location to the coast, or to secure your place call 01758 721777 or e-mail
firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the website.