Pwllheli is a fantastic tourist destination in the UK, with an array of attractions to visit and things to do throughout the year
There are many fun and fascinating things to do in Pwllheli, appealing to people of all tastes and interests.
Keen walkers will enjoy following the Llyn Coastal Path from the market town to either Abersoch or Porthmadog. Both directions offer spectacular views of the Llyn Peninsula in all its glory.
Pwllheli Beach is another popular destination for those wanting to enjoy the stunning coastline. It’s split into two stretches, South Beach which is shingle and Glan-y-Mor which is the sand option.
The 16th-century Plas yn Rhiw is an interesting heritage attraction in Pwllheli. It features some fascinating collections from previous tenants that visitors can discover, as well as wandering around the stunning gardens.
An entertaining, family-friendly centre with activities including go karting, crazy golf, bowling and wakeboarding.
This sheltered, sandy beach welcomes families to the south coast of the stunning Llyn Peninsula, just outside of Pwllheli.
A wonderful Welsh heritage centre in which you can learn about Welsh heritage and the language, as well as relax in a picturesque and tranquil setting.
This enchanting manor house is in a cosy and picturesque setting, with beautiful views over the Welsh coast.
This sand and shingle beach hugs the coastline bordering Pwllheli, looking out towards the striking mountains of North Wales.