Most popular Holiday Homes in Abersoch
Highlights in Abersoch
- Clean beaches
- Sailing paradise
- Village of Nant Gwrtheyrn
- Quaint village
- Warren Spa
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Holiday homes in Abersoch
Abersoch is a peaceful small town in the north of Wales. It offers lovely, blue-flag beaches, internationally recognised sailing waters, a mild climate and wonderful scenery. Choose from holiday homes right on the coast, in the compact town centre, or further inland where the town meets the lovely Welsh countryside. Consider also the fantastic holiday homes in the pretty villages of Llangian and Llanengan, just a short hop from Abersoch.Gorgeous and spacious holiday homes for large groups
The holiday homes in and around Abersoch are simply gorgeous. Light and spacious, many are suitable for large groups, with houses having up to 7 bedrooms. They offer outstanding sea vistas and far-reaching views over the lush, green rolling hills that surround the town, beautifully-kept, extensive gardens with patios and BBQ areas, and high-spec interiors. The holiday homes in Abersoch are a real treat! Give it a try and you will be sure to come back!
Travellers and activities
Abersoch beach is deal for children. The most popular beach in this part of Wales, it is in a great sheltered location, is safe with no severe currents or rip tides, and well-maintained and perfectly clean. It also offers lovely views over the bay to Snowdonia, the highest mountains in Wales. For a great day out with the kids, head to nearby Dwyfor Ranch Rabbit Farm, where the children can handle all sorts of cute animals including rabbits, guinea pigs and puppies. If you are lucky enough you may even witness a birth!Abersoch for watersports buffs
Abersoch an internationally famous sailing area, and you can try your hand at this sport at Abersoch Sailing School, which offers 1 hour lessons for beginners, suitable for both adults and kids. The waters around the town also provide ample opportunities for windsurfing, canoeing, surfing, fishing, and paddle boarding. SUP Academy runs lessons from its beach shack on Abersoch beach, and once you have got the hang of it you can rent a board and hone your paddling skills to the awesome backdrop of Snowdonia!Abersoch for walkers
The opening of the Wales Coastal Path made much of the spectacular local coastline around Abersoch and beyond easily accessible to walkers. Cim Farm Circular Walk follows a section of this path. It is a popular 5-kilometre circular route among the locals, and for good reason. It follows the coastline north of the town and then turns inland, offering awesome views of St. Tudwal's Islands to the east and the rolling hills to the west.
Abersoch takes its name from the river, Afon Soch, which means ‘the sea in the village’.
Top 7 travel tips in Abersoch
One of Wales' best kept secrets, this theme park combines the magic of fairies with the charm of animals and the rugged wilderness of beautiful natural woodland. Don’t miss the fantastical miniature railway display!2. Visit the secluded village of Nant Gwrtheyrn
Descend the hairpins and single track road to this secluded Victorian village located in a truly memorable setting. The village boasts a Heritage Centre which houses displays about the Welsh language and culture, the unique wildlife of the area, and the history of the village.3. Chill at the Warren Spa
This spa is a sanctuary of pure indulgence located in an exclusive holiday resort near Abersoch. Experience the exquisite, immersive holistic therapies offered at the spa, including the finest spa therapy treatments.4. This one is for the adrenaline junkies!
Unleash your inner-thrill seeker at Bounce, a huge underground net adventure! Take an underground cavern more than twice the size of St Paul’s, string giant trampolines across it and you have a world’s first attraction, which takes trampolining and exploring fun to a whole new level.5. Visit a little piece of Italy in Wales
One of Wales' premier visitor attractions, Portmeirion is an enchanting Italianate style village replete with lovely sub-tropical gardens and whimsical architecture. The colourful and quaint buildings are lovely to see, and the sea views unbeatable. A highlights for many is afternoon tea in the town’s hotel. A true British experience!6. Play a round of golf
Abersoch Golf Club is an international-class 18-hole course situated behind a series of ancient sand dunes and with a mixture of both links and parkland. The views over the bay towards Snowdonia are sublime!7. You deserve some ice cream!
Two Islands Ice Cream is a highly rated ice cream shop tucked away in the backstreets of the town. The ice cream is home-made, completely fresh and free from artificial colours or flavourings. Some rate it as the best ice cream they have ever had!