A Warm Welsh Welcome to Aberdaron


There's plenty to do in Summer at Aberdaron, with miles of sandy beaches to explore and enjoy the sun. Sea kayaking is an excellent way to explore the coastline and visit secret coves or to use as a base for fishing or diving. Why not take a trip to Bardsey Island and discover the Isle of 20,000 saints and the ruins of St Mary's Abbey, see the seals and sea birds (sea crossing is dependent on good weather). Dolphins are also seen in the seas around the Llŷn Peninsula. With many Regattas during the summer months, check out the Aberdaron Sailing Club for more information. >>> more




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Bryndol, Rhiw

Availability for the Bank Holiday week, from Friday the 26th of August.

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posterFree 1 hour Welsh language taster sessions at Porth y Swnt with Learn Cymraeg GO


No need to book, just come along to Porth y Swnt during the summer holidays. These fun and interactive sessions are suitable for complete beginners of all ages.


2pm, every Tuesday in August at Porth y Swnt.


posterSongs of Praise


Sunday 31st July, 5pm.

Follwed by a Hog Roast. All welcome.

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posterCharity Concerts in aid of the air ambulance and St Hywyn's Church


Local musicians, raffle and refreshments.


For 6 weeks every monday evening at 7pm
18/07/22 - 22/08/22
Adults £5 - Children FREE

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posterKayaking in Aberdaron


Sessions run from Aberdaron every Tuesday and Sunday in the summer holidays (24 July to 30 August) and also onthe following Sundays: 3, 17 July and 4, 11, 18 September.


There are two sessions a day, starting at 10:30am and 1:30pm, each lasting approximately 2 hours. £30 per person.
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Take to the waves in Aberdaron this summer | National Trust

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