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An old fishing village near Morfa Nefyn perched on the end of a thin ribbon of land stretching into the Irish Sea. With its clear sheltered waters lapping against stout stone houses, Porthdinllaen really is a jewel. You can watch fishermen bring in the daily catch while relaxing with a drink at the Ty Coch Inn.


Morfa Nefyn,
LL53 6DA


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Map reference: SH 275415  Lat: 52.94341 Long: -4.56808

From Caernarfon follow the A487 to Llanaelhaearn. Turn right onto B4417 turning right in Nefyn towards Morfa Nefyn. If travelling from Pwllheli, follow B4412 signposted Nefyn. From the car park follow the footpath across the beach or through the golf club.

Accessible by Public Transport: 7 miles from Pwllheli station