The Llŷn Peninsula with its beautiful landscape and clear blue seas offers scope for a whole range of holidays. With tourist attractions to visit, historic places of interest, charming villages and beautiful beaches you’ll have an experience to treasure whether it’s a magical family break or a romantic couple’s retreat.



From zoos to castles, dry ski slopes to steam trains, there is plenty to do on or near the Llŷn Peninsula that will keep the whole family entertained during your holiday in Wales.



Nefyn Bay offers crystal clear water and a paddling-friendly beach. Whistling Sands Beach is also beautiful and is popular with surfers. Abersoch is a well-liked village seaside resort with great beaches, a pleasant climate and beautiful scenery.



Cycling is a wonderful way to explore this beautiful part of the Welsh coast. The Peninsula roads are quieter, with less ‘through traffic’, so it is ideal cycling territory. There is also a pub on the beach directly below Nefyn golf course, which is a great cycle destination. Natural Retreats now offers bike hire; click here for some exciting routes.

Bike Hire Prices:

Half day: £10
Full day: £14
Full week: £75

Helmets are included in the cost of hire.



We’re a short drive away from the Welsh Language Centre at Nant Gwrtheyrn.



There are plenty of restaurants, pubs and bars to tempt your taste buds. If you’re eating with the kids try the family friendly Italian restaurants in Abersoch and Pwllheli or if you’re after a romantic candlelit dinner, you’ll discover fabulous seafood and a la carte menus.



Nefyn golf course is a 26 hole championship golf course, offering a sea view from every tee. Cycling, horse riding and walking are popular past times whilst holidaying in Llŷn and there are plenty of activity centres for those seeking an adrenalin rush.



The immediate area has many delightful walks, view our favourites here. And, we’re right on the Llyn Peninsula Coastal Path (Edge of Wales Walk).



Snowdonia National Park: mountains, lakes, forests, waterfalls, sandy beaches and dramatic sea cliffs — a whole world of wonders in one area.



There are nearby horse riding stables within easy reach of Natural Retreats Llŷn Peninsula.



The Llyn Peninsula is well placed for annual events such as Wakestock, Europe’s biggest wakeboarding music festival in July, or the premier Welsh cultural festival the National Eisteddfod, held in August.



Shearwater Cruises offer scenic cruises along the Llyn Peninsula from nearby Pwllheli, and provide an exciting way to explore the coast, visit offshore seal and seabird colonies, and view dolphins.



Natural Retreats Concierge are able to recommend and book full itineraries and programmes allowing you to make the most of your stay and creating memories that last forever.