local attractions

There is a huge choice of things to do whilst camping on the Lleyn Peninsula and Bolmynydd is ideally located for exploring the beautiful land and seascapes of the Lleyn and the surrounding area.

Bolmynydd's peaceful location is ideally suited for walking to either Llanbedrog or Tyn Tywyn beaches or exploring the 500 acres of neighbouring headland.

The bustling village of Abersoch is 2.5 miles away and can be accessed by car or along the coastline via Tyn Tywyn beach.

Here are a few more ideas of things to do in the area, all within easy reach of Bolmynydd:

ON YOUR DOORSTEP (click to reveal)

Walk down to the National Trust beach at Llanbedrog or to the beautiful sandy beach at Tyn Tywyn.

Relax at the nearby Ship Inn and Glyn y Weddw Arms which are family friendly with children's play area.

For that special occasion enjoy a meal at Tremfan Hall or the Galley Bistro.

Take a walk from the Park to Oriel Plas Glyn y Weddw and explore the new woodland walks, the beautiful gallery and craft centre and enjoy home-made cooking at the café.

Half a mile from the Park there are horse riding stables.

Watersports can be enjoyed on the local beaches of Hells Mouth, Whistling Sands and Abersoch.

WITHIN EASY REACH (click to reveal)

Enjoy a boat or fishing trip from Aberdaron, Abersoch and Pwllheli.

Play a round of golf at Abersoch, Nefyn or Pwllheli golf club.

Take a trip to Bardsey Island.

Follow one of the cycle routes around the Lleyn Peninsula.

Shop in the market town of Pwllheli or the boutique and famous brand shops in Abersoch.

Go karting, wakeboarding, bowling and soft play can be enjoyed at Glasfryn.

Take a swim at Pwllheli Leisure Centre and Haven Holiday Caravan Park.

Try Clay Pigeon Shooting at Llanbedrog Shooting School.

FURTHER AFIELD (click to reveal)

Take a day out to explore the Snowdonia National Park. Take a walk or train journey to the summit of Snowdon, Wales's highest mountain.

Historic castles such as Criccieth, Caernarfon, Beaumaris and Penrhyn are all within an hours drive away.

The Italian Village of Portmeirion is well worth a visit. There you can see traditional crafts or explore the various gardens and woodland walks.

Another grand day out is a leisurely ride on one of the Welsh Highland Steam Railways.

For those looking for fun filled activity visit Greenwood Forest Park Snowdonia.

A magical experience for all the family is a visit to Pili Palas Nature World on Anglesey.

Another great day out on Anglesey is a visit to Foel Farm Park.

For the more adventurous a spectacular day out for the family would be a visit to the Welsh Mountain Zoo in Colwyn Bay.

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