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St Marys Church Penllech - I jogged down the lane to the church, camera in hand, and, as I was not looking where I was going, I twisted my ankle in a pothole. I stumbled forward Porth Colmon - Porth Colmon is an inlet of the Irish Sea on the Llyn Peninsula in the north west of Wales. The bay is defined by the headlands of Penrhyn Colmon to t Selective Seafoods - We opened our sea food business, from our home near Aberdaron, when we saw an opportunity to promote Llŷn Peninsula caught sea food, both locally and Porth Iago Beach - Porth Iago beach is located on the Llyn Peninsula West
Wales. The white sands and clear blue waters sit in a cove defined by
the headlands of Dina Dyllborth - Dyllborth is an inlet on the west coast of the Llyn Peninsula in North West Wales. It is defined by the rock headlands of Dinas to the south and Trwyn Afon Daron - The picturesque bridge in the centre of the village was built (according to an inscription) in 1825. Porth Iago - Porth Iago is located on the Llyn Peninsula West Wales. The cove is defined by the headlands of Dinas and Graig Ddu. The clean sea water invites both Dinas Porth Iago - Dinas is a rock headland at Porth Iago on the Llyn peninsula, West Wales. It is a popular mark for anglers which can produce pollack, wrasse, bull hus Porth Ysgaden - Porth Ysgaden is an inlet of the Irish Sea on the Llyn Peninsula, North Wales. The Llyn Coastal Path passes close by Porth Ysgaden Plas yn Rhiw - The house was rescued from neglect and lovingly restored by the three Keating sisters, who bought it in 1938. The views from the grounds and gardens a Porth Oer Beach Surfing - Porth Oer is a National Trust managed beach on the northern side of the the Llyn peninsula, it is also known as whistling sands because of the noise s Whistling Sands Beach - The beach can be rather crowded at the height of the
season but there is a secluded cove at the north end of the beach - for
those fit enough to m Porth Oer - Porth Oer (also known as Porthor) is an inlet of the Irish Sea located on the Llyn Peninsula in the north west of Wales. Porth Oer is located north of Whistling Sands Beach Cafe - Whistling Sands Beach Café is located at Porth Oer on the Llyn Peninsula in the north west of Wales. The white sands are known as Whistling Sands bec Mynydd Carreg - Mynydd Carreg is a small hill overlooking the coastline on the west coast of the Llyn Peninsula, near Capel Carmel in West Wales. A small turret, a po Hells Mouth Beach - Hells Mouth beach, (welsh: Porth Neigwl) sits between Porth Ysgo and Abersoch, close to the tip of the Llyn Peninsula in the north west of Wales. It i Climbing at Porth Ysgo - The boulders on the beach at Porth Ysgo are popular with the climbing fraternity... well boulderers to be precise. Climbers travel from miles around t Porth Cadlan - Porth Cadlan is located on the south coast of the Llyn Peninsula, in Gwynedd, North Wales. It sits between Porth Ysgo and Maen Gwenonwy and is connect Porth Ysgo - Walkers on the Llyn Coastal Path pass alongside Porth Ysgo beach while en-route from Aberdaron, in the west, to Abersoch in the east, via the village Maen Gwenonwy - Maen Gwenonwy is a rocky outcrop on the south coast of the Llyn Peninsula in North West Wales. It sits between Aberdaron Bay and Porth Ysgo and is con Trwyn Talfarach - Trwyn Talfarach is a headland on the south coast of the Lleyn Peninsula, in Gwynedd, North Wales. It sits below Mynydd Penarfynydd between Porth Ysgo Aberdaron to St Mary's Well - This 7.5 mile long walk starts in the centre of
Aberdaron and should take approximately 4 hours to finish. This is a
moderate to difficult walk wi Aberdaron Viewpoint - A short walk to the top of the hill delivers this fabulous view of St Hywyn's Churchyard and the seaside village of Aberdaron in West Wales. Aberdaron Beach - Aberdaron Beach is located at the far end of the Llyn
Peninsula in Gwynedd North Wales. It can take some time to get there but
believe me it's wel Aberdaron Centre Viewpoint - A waymarker points to one of several walks close to the village of Aberdaron on the Llyn Peninsula, West Wales. In the picture can be seen the old bri Anelog Stones - The Anelog Stones, a pair of 6th century grave stones, are to be found on the north wall of St Hywyn's Church, Aberdaron, West Wales. The two stones w St Hywyn Church Aberdaron - St Hywyn's is also home to the Anelog Stones, a pair of 6th century inscribed grave stones, that are to be found on the north wall of the Church. The Trwyn y Penrhyn - Trwyn y Penrhyn is a rocky headland close to Aberdaron on the Llyn Peninsula West Wales. The headland looks out toward the isles of Ynys Gwylan Fawr a
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