Penrhyn Llŷn (Llŷn Peninsula)

Penrhyn Llŷn (Llŷn Peninsula) is unmistakeable in so many ways. You can’t miss it on the map – it’s the crooked finger of land that points forcefully out of north west Wales into the Irish Sea. It has a distinct identity as a bastion of Celtic history and heritage and stronghold of Welsh culture and language. Then there’s the look of the place – it’s stunning.

Llŷn is a protected ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’ on the strength of its exceptional coastline of coves, headlands, beaches and bays rich in wildlife. They’re all interlinked by the Llŷn Coastal Path (now part of the all-Wales Coast Path).

Language and Culture

The Llŷn remains a true stronghold of the Welsh language and culture where over 70% of the population of approximate 6,000 speak the language as their first language. The language is taught as the primary language in all primary and secondary schools. This abudnace of Welsh language and culture is a big part of what makes the area so special, and plays a huge role in the area’s tourism industry.

Nearby Nant Gwrtheyrn or “the Nant” as it is often called, is home to the National Welsh Language and Heritage Centre. It’s a magical place located in a former quarrying village on the northern coast of the Llŷn Peninsula in north Wales.

Nearby Towns and Villages

Morfa Nefyn & Porthdinllaen

How perfect can you get? Not much more than Porthdinllaen. A much-photographed coastal hamlet with quaint houses set above a beautiful half-moon of sands. The now ‘world famous’ Tŷ Coch Inn was voted amongst the Top 10 beach pubs in the world. The village and beach are owned by the National Trust that can only be accessed on foot. Above the cliff tops sits Nefyn Golf Club – one of the finest golf courses in Wales with its specacular scenery.


Popular north coast seaside village with a harbour, a new Maritime Museum which opened in 2014, and graceful crescent of sand leading to the picturesque Porthdinllaen. Nefyn is a quiet little town which sparks into life during the summer months.


Llŷn’s ‘capital’ fills many roles – a seaside resort with fine blue banner beach, busy market town with a cinema and library and a very popular sailing and watersports centre. It boast a world class watersports and events centre in Plas Heli with one of the finest modern marinas in the UK. Hafan Pwllheli gives access to the inviting sailing waters of Cardigan Bay and the Irish Sea. See the wildlife – seals, seabirds and dolphins – on coastal cruises. There’s an excellent leisure centre to keep the kids entertained, along with activity-packed Glasfryn Parc and Y Den. Penarth Fawr medieval house is also nearby.


Land’s end at its most idyllic. This little fishing village was the last stop for pilgrims on the way to Ynys Enlli (Bardsey Island), a National Nature Reserve renowned internationally for its birdlife. Celebrated poet RS Thomas lived in a cottage within the beautiful grounds of Plas yn Rhiw, a small National Trust manor house. Be prepared to get blown away by the awesome coastal views from Mynydd Mawr headland. Also under the National Trust’s management is Porth y Swnt. Over in Felin Uchaf there is an educational centre for exploring ways of living and working in creative partnership, with each other and our environment


A popular and very fashionable seaside resort and sailing/watersports centre, with fine beaches and sheltered harbour. Busy programme of sailing and watersport event are held annually in July. Busy bistro life too, plus a good choice of nearby attractions including pony trekking, boat trips and crafts centre. If you’re into surfing or paddleboarding, boards are available to hire for you to venture out into Porth Neigwl (Hell’s Mouth). Abersoch is also a base for six circular walks ranging from under a mile to over nine miles.


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Ty’n y Coed touring park is situated across 2 fields. The grass is closely mown, surrounded by mature hedges and trees, and generally flat.
Here at Ty’n Y Coed touring park, we can cater for motorhomes, touring caravans and tents.



Lorraine & Selwyn Scott
Maes Carafannau Ty'n y Coed Touring Park
Lon Groes, Morfa Nefyn, Pwllheli

Tel: (01758) 720564
Mobile: 07776 182614
Email: tynycoedtouringpark@yahoo.co.uk