Abersoch, Aberdaron, Nefyn, the pub Ty Coch at Porthdinllaen (third best beach bar in the world) and all the beautiful sandy beaches of the peninsula are all close at hand with the nearest beach being 3 ½ miles away.
Walking, golf, sea fishing trips, horse riding and plenty of water sport facilities are available here. The market town of Pwllheli, the resort of Criccieth and Porthmadog as well as numerous historic and scenic attractions such as the Snowdonia National Park, Ffestiniog Railway, castles and the Italian village of Portmeirion are all easily reached from Crugeran Farm Holidays.
Aberdaron is an idyllic little village of white-painted fishermen's houses and cottages perched on the tip of Lleyn. The famous poet R S Thomas was the vicar of St Hywyn's Church that lies at the water's edge.
If you enjoy walking, there's plenty of options for you here! Have you ever turned the corner on a coastal path and seen seals basking on the rocks? This is a regular occurrence at the tip of the Porthdinllaen headland. Follow the coastal path around Lleyn, or venture up Garn Bodeuan or The Eifl - the highest point on the LLeyn Peninsula.
Tre'r Ceiri has one of the best examples of an Iron Age hill fort in northern Europe. The views from here are breathtaking.
Llanberis is a major tourist attraction and is well worth a day out. Here you can:
• Take a train up Snowdon - click here (If you don't fancy the walk!)
• Enjoy a leisurely covered boat trip on Padarn Lake with panoramic views of Snowdonia on the Snowdon Star.
• Take a train ride along Padarn Lake - click here.
• Visit the National Slate Museum which offers a day full of enjoyment and education in a dramatically beautiful landscape.
Portmeirion is unlike any other village and you will enjoy spending a day there amongst the distinctive buildings designed by Clough Williams-Ellis. Click Here to visit their website.
Plas yn Rhiw is a former manor house, now a popular National Trust property with ornamental garden and wonderful views. The garden contains many beautiful flowering trees and shrubs. The views from the grounds and gardens across Cardigan Bay are spectacular. Click Here to visit their website.
Nant Gwrtheyrn is a magical place located in a former quarrying village and surrounded by the Eifl mountains and Nefyn Bay. Click Here to visit their website.
The Welsh Highland Railway runs on a spectacular 25 mile scenic journey from Caernarfon. The Ffestiniog Railway takes you on a 13.5 mile journey from the harbour in Porthmadog to the slate-quarrying town of Blaenau Ffestiniog. Click Here to visit their website.
Bardsey Island (Ynys Enlli) is a wild Welsh island located 2 miles off the tip of the Lleyn Peninsula in North Wales. With a rich wildlife, dramatic coastline and fascinating history, there is plenty to discover from a day trip or a holiday on this unique island. Click Here to find out more.
With all this and more on your doorstep, there's plenty for you to do during your stay at Crugeran Farm. For more ideas, click here to view the suggestions on TripAdvisor.