The picturesque village of Llanbedrog is situated on the south side of the Llyn peninsula, between the popular seaside resorts of Abersoch and Pwllheli. The village is renowned for its mile-long beach, the most sheltered in North Wales, most of which is managed by the National Trust. It is a popular destination for watersports such as windsurfing, kayaking and sailing.
A popular destination today for those that fancy time on the beach, with it being accessible and family friendly with expanses of sand and shallow water. There have always been beach huts at Llanbedrog (originally tents). National Trust beach huts are available to rent between April and September and can be rented at seasonal, weekly and daily rates. Family fun adventure packs can be picked up at the car park; they contain a variety of interesting activities- bug hunting, games, leaf trails and more.
Shop, cafe, toilets; pay car park above the beach. Dogs are allowed.
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