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Porth Meudwy - Near Aberdaron - Gwynedd - North Wales
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Porth Meudwy - Near Aberdaron - Gwynedd - North Wales


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Resort/ Place Name: Porth Meudwy

Location: Near Pwllheli, Gwynedd, North Wales, UK 

Coordninates:  52º 48'N , 04º 43'W

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Population: 0

Grading: Place of Historical Intrest

Nearest Town:  Pwllheli (23.8 miles)

Amenities: None

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Porth Meudwy is a small cove at the tip of the Llŷn Peninsula that was once the embarkation point for pilgrims making the journey to Bardsey Island. It was said that three pilgrimages to Bardsey equalled one to Rome.

Modern use

Today it still serves as the departure point for your visit to the island and as a small port for the handful of local fishermen who make their living catching crab and lobster in the waters around Aberdaron.

In summer the fishing boats are joined in the cove by traditional sailing boats - built using designs unique to the Llyn - for the annual regatta.

 

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Various

Doctors:
1) Drs Parry-Smith, Smits, Morris & Haque ( 8.3 miles) - Meddygfa Rhydbach, Botwnnog, Pwllheli, LL53 8RE, Tel: 01758 730266

Hospital:
1) Ysbyty Gwynedd (24.8 miles) - Penrhosgarnedd, Bangor, Gwynedd
LL57 2PW, Tele
 01248 384384, Major acute  -  Major A&E - Open 24 hours


2) Bryn Beryl Hospital - (14.5 miles ) - Caernarvon Rd, Pwllheli, LL53 6TT, Tel: 01758 701122, Minor injuries unit, not 24Hrs


Chemist:

1) Rowlands Pharmacy (10.8 miles) - High St, Abersoch, Pwllheli, LL53 7DY, Tel: 01758 712436

Dentist: 
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 Abersoch Dental Care (10.6 miles) - 19 Cae Du Estate, Abersoch, Pwllheli, LL53 7EN, Tel: 01758 713955


Bank:
1) Barclays Bank PLC 64 High Street, Pwllheli

2) Lloyds TSB Bank PLC 90-92 High Street, Pwllheli

3) NatWest , Pwllheli


Cash Machine:
1) Notemachine SPAR - ABERSOCH CAE DU ESTATES ABERSOCH LL53 7ER

Petrol Station:
1) Pen-y-Bont Garage ( 5.7 miles) - Sarn, Pwllheli, Gwynedd, LL53 8DU, Tel: 01758 730674 

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Sailing: 

The Aberdaron Sailing Club holds Regattas during the summer and has traditional clinker vessels and 'Toppers'.

If you are planning on going to sea by boat or kayak please consider registering with the Coastguard - its free!

If planning to launch at council controlled slip-ways, you need to register first and show insurance. Contact Gwynedd Council for more information.

1) Aberdaron Sailing Club

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2) Llŷn Adventures

Between Whitsun and September 2016 there will be ‘turn up and have a go’ kayaking sessions on offer at Aberdaron through an exciting partnership with Llŷn Adventures.

These introductory kayaking sessions run from Aberdaron beach using single seat and tandem sit on top kayaks which are easy to paddle and are very stable.

Sessions vary depending on the sea conditions. When the sea is calm we offer a scenic journey learning about the fascinating coastline, rich local history and incredible wildlife including sea birds like puffins and Manx shearwaters, as well as seals and porpoises. If the sea is rough and the weather is still favourable we will offer surf sessions in the waves.

During the session you will be looked after by a qualified kayaking coach who will provide you with all the necessary equipment and look after you throughout your adventure

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Diving: Ynys Gwylan Fawr & Bach offer excellent diving and there are wrecks and reefs to explore along the coast.

1) Richard Bufton


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Walking: Pilgrim Trail - Lleyn Coastal Path - Castle to Castle Walk Walking Holidays - This walk has the precedent of being an ancient route, tracing the spiritual journey taken in early centuries by pilgrims from Bangor to Aberdaron and crossing to Bardsey island, the mystical Isle of a 1000 Saints, reputedly the burial place of many early Christian saints

1) Celtic Trails


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Cycling: 
The most westerly part of north Wales, the Lleyn peninsula, has its own special character and this rides explores some of the country lanes and beaches near the tip of the peninsula

1) C
ycling North Wales



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