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Highlights in Abersoch
- A destination for golfers
- Fantastic outdoor activities
- Delicious and traditional recipes
- Lovely beach
- Wide array of watersports
- A good cycling area
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Abersoch
Finding a holiday rental in Abersoch is a fabulous idea. In and around town you will find great rentals that cater to every traveller. Enjoy the seaside breeze, the beautiful landscape and soak up the laid-back atmosphere form the comfort of your holiday rental.Lovely rentals with all the amenities
You can choose large properties to take the entire family for a well deserved holiday. If you want to upgrade your stay, book a luxury property with a few extras to enjoy a blissful time. Some rentals also include hot-tubs where you can relax after a full day of activities and sightseeing. Bring along your four-legged buddy as well! Many properties accept pets so your little friend will enjoy its holidays too! Detached or not, most properties have nice little gardens or patios and lovely outdoor areas to enjoy the landscape.
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The area and getting around
Abersoch is a well known coastal resort in Gwynedd, Wales, with a population of about 800 people. During the summer it increases due to the families and other visitors that want to spend some time in this lovely little town. Home to a sheltered sandy beach with the Blue Flag and a centre for water sports, especially around Porth Neigwl or Hell’s Mouth, a fantastic spot for surfing. The village does not forget about the cultural side and makes of music one of its major events - the jazz festival.A town with many possibilities
During the day you can spend our time at the beach or walking around to get to know the village. But also, you can take a boat trip and visit St Tudwal and Bardsey Island where you will have the opportunity to watch the wildlife around that area. Countless walkings, both inland and coastal which are very popular amongst hikers. These walks can vary in distance. Choose the one that better suits your fitness conditions.
Travellers and activities
In and around town you will find several walks. The Llyn Peninsula offers great local walks including the Wales Coastal Path. You can choose short or long circular walks, including parts of the coastal one. This area has always had fantastic walks, however, since the opening of the Coastal Path, the routes have been more accessible to people who enjoy nature and people who love walking and wandering the paths in the countryside. Most of the routes are signposted so it is easy to follow the paths.Abersoch for photography lovers
Abersoch is a photographer’s dream come true. Jaw-drop landmarks, despite the time of the day or the weather, are every photographer’s wish - iconic places captured at different times, days and weather conditions. Capture the dramatic South Stack or the Whiteford Lighthouses or go to Pembrokshire and get the romantic essence of Strumble Head Lighthouse. Some other iconic and most captured landmarks are Llandudno Pier, Cardiff Bay, Penarth Pier, Solva Harbour, Great Orme or Aberystwyth seafront. Get your camera ready!
Did you know Abersoch is also known as the Welsh Riviera thanks to its unique micro-climate, the lively night scene and the fantastic beaches?
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Watersports lovers will have a great time in Abersoch with its internationally-recognised sailing waters and the sailing clubs of Abersoch Sailing Club which is an RYA-affiliated club, great for both new and experienced dinghy sailors. Here you can learn how to manage and sail the boat. Secondly, perched on the cliff there is South Caernarvonshire Yacht Club. This one has hosted many sailing and other distinguished events in Cardigan Bay.2. Play some golf in Abersoch
This town has had its own golf club for nearly a century. Abersoch Golf Club is an 18-hole course nestled behind the sand dunes and a mixture of both links and parkland. Playing here is a privilege as you will get stunning views towards Snowdonia and the fantastic Cardigan Bay. Prepare your clubs and give it your best swing!3. A fantastic cycling area
There are many bike routes along the roads as well as inland, so both road cyclists and mountain bikers will enjoy miles of fun in Abersoch. The Llŷn Peninsula offers multiple routes as well as some parts of the Wales Coastal Path bikes are allowed. Heading a few miles west from town, there’s also a circular route at Aberdaron, that goes along the north side, past Porth Oer, Pen Y Groes and back. If you haven’t got a bike with you, you can rent them at Llŷn Cycle Centre in Pwllheli.4. Take some day trips
Visiting Abersoch can take a week or more as the offer is wide and very interesting. There are so many places to explore but the truth is, in the outskirts and not too far, there are many places nearby that can be explored too. For example, take a day trip to Caernarfon, home to the medieval Caernarfon Castle, with impressive ramparts.5. Eat traditional Welsh food
Wales is an excellent area with great gastronomy and tradition. In Abersoch you can choose from a varied type of places such as The Hub, The Dining Room, Fresh Café Bar & Grill, Venetia and The Cove. Do not leave before you try some of the best specialties including lamb crawl, laverbread, crempogs, salt marsh lamb or Conwy mussels.