It is not a secret that I was in love with Wales, and we were lucky to have sunshine and warm days during our holiday there.
What I never thought was that I would spend a hot day at the beach drinking cold beer, swimming and enjoying the sunshine. But that is precisely what happened when we went to the gorgeous Porthdinllaen in Wales.
Located in the Llŷn Peninsula, Porthdinllaen is an old fishing village and sandy beach overlooking a bay with one of Wales’s most extensive seagrass meadows.
The small village is owned by the National Trust and runs along the beachfront with magnificent mountain views, sheltered waters, fine sandy beaches, attractive rock pools, and a chance to watch boats bobbing in the water.
The car-free village, turquoise sea, and sandy beach delight families, and it is a spectacular place to enjoy a day on the coast (if you are lucky to get good weather in Wales).
One of the best spots to take in the setting is from the Ty Coch Inn (“Red House”) right on the waterside. The Inn has a prime location on the vast Welsh seaside, with views across Yr Eifl and Snowdonia.
How to get there?
Vehicular access to the village is restricted to residents. Therefore visitors must leave their car at the paying car parking (free for members of the National Trust) and walk for about 15 minutes, following the footpath across the beach or through the golf club.
Address: Morfa Nefyn, Pwllheli LL53 6DA
Ps: Please note the pay and display machines accept coins only. However, you can pay online using PayByPhone.
The nearest stations to Porthdinllaen are:
Rhos Birdin, Morfa Nefyn is 1537 meters away, a 20 min walk.
You can take bus 8 from Nefyn and 14 from Tudweiliog.
So as you can see, Porthdinllaen in Wales is a must-see place if you are travelling around the area. And if you are lucky as I was to get a hot sunny day, it will be perfect!!