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Highlights in Morfa Nefyn
- Stunning land and seascapes
- Fantastic hiking and walking
- Best beach pub
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Morfa Nefyn is a quiet and unspoilt village on the northern side of the Llŷn Peninsula in Wales. Visitors to Morfa Nefyn will adore the clean and spectacular beach with its impressive views, and the peaceful tranquillity of this oasis of calm. As a central spot for a holiday home, Morfa Nefyn offers easy access to a multitude of holiday trips and days out across the wonderful sights of Wales while offering all the convenience of local grocery shops and an excellent pub.Quintessentially Wales
The white buildings and grey roofs of so many of the holiday rentals in Morfa Nefyn are archetypal Welsh and they are simply bursting with character. Morfa Nefyn offers you spacious and cosy buildings with a roaring fire in the winter to warm your toes. Wales is green and lush, and the gardens of the holiday lettings in Morfa Nefyn make good use of the climate, surrounding properties with scented and colourful plants and flowers.
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The area and getting around
Relax in peaceful Morfa Nefyn
The beach at Morfa Nefyn is sheltered, protected by two headlands with the town at apex of a semicircle making the beach and sea completely safe for children and a suntrap during the summer months. Visitors who desire access to a wider range of amenities will find them just 7 miles away in the town of Pwllheli.
Travellers and activities
For a truly breathtaking backdrop to fabulous hiking, you really can’t beat the Welsh coast, and Morfa Nefyn has it all. Immerse yourself in previously unexplored levels of peace and tranquillity as you walk across the summits of soaring cliffs where crashing waves lead into calm and quiet beaches. Try the walk from the village past Porth Dinllaen towards the lifeboat station, looking out for seals as you reach the point of the peninsula. Then head down the coastline to Borth Wen, passing wild flowers and birds, and keep on going until you reach Aber Geirch, then walk back across the beautiful countryside until you find yourself back at Morfa.Morfa Nefyn for watersports
Morfa Nefyn has a lovely, protected beach which is perfect for summer bathing and a family beach holiday. There’s great snorkelling around cliffs which hug the sides of the beach, and the occasional diver also makes the trip here. For those looking for more high-adrenaline watersports, look no further than the nearby Glasfryn Parc, offering visitors a chance to experience a range of water based activities. You might want to try out wakeboarding, similar to skateboarding but on water, and beginners are welcome! Or test your balance and core strength on a stand-up paddleboard. Whatever your choice, get wet and have fun!
Nowadays, Morfa Nefyn may be a sleepy Welsh village but evidence of an earthwork castle shows its strategic importance in times gone by.
Top 5 travel tips in Morfa Nefyn
Visit the nearby Llŷn Maritime Museum to learn more about the history of the surrounding area and its importance to the region. With interactive displays and knowledgeable staff this free museum is great for all the family.2. Make a wish at Ffynnon Fair
Despite frequently being covered by the sea, the Ffynnon Fair well at nearby Aberdaron has a never ending supply of fresh water to those who come to drink from it.3. Walk or take a boat to the Ty Coch pub
Accessible only by foot or water, Ty Coch nevertheless is well known for its fabulous beers which put it firmly in the official list of the world’s top ten beach bars! Sample its wonderful lunch menu, and enjoy the beautiful views!4. Open air history at the Trwyn Dinllaen Iron Age Hill Fort
Take a picnic up to the Trwyn Dinllaen Iron Age Hill Fort and enjoy not only the views of the natural landscape, but the sense of history as you observe the stone huts of this ancient settlement.5. Steam over to the Llanberis Lake Railway
Less than an hour by car, this steam train which used to be the transport for a local quarry will delight children and adults alike! Apart from its historical interest, it is the perfect way to savour the grandeur of Snowdonia.