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The Llyn Peninsula mostly comprises rolling countryside which rises up into the occasional peak of extinct volcanoes. The highest extinct volcanic peak in the region is that of Yr Eifl, located on the north coast. The hills in this region are spectacularly beautiful and are all worthy of a climb, especially Carn Fadryn and Garn Boduan. All of the hills in the Llyn Peninsula offer excellent views over Northwest Wales. Pwllheli is a town full of character. On Wednesday, tourists and locals alike take pleasure in visiting the weekly market in Y Maes. This market, one of the busiest Britain has to offer, is where tourists staying in Pwllheli holiday rentals are almost guaranteed to find great bargains. In the town centre, countless shops are to be found, selling everything that the tourist needs to enjoy a comfortable break away from home in their Pwllheli holiday cottages.
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Pwllheli is home to an impressive modern marina boasting all of the services sailors require. The marina can house over 400 boats yet grants space for visitors to the town to moor up of an evening. Just a few miles away from Pwllheli is the village of Abersoch, a top sailing venue in Wales. Here, families can try their hand at learning the art of sailing. There are two beaches in Pwllheli: the South Beach and Glan-y-mor Beach. The South Beach, comprising mainly of shingle, has won a Blue Flag Award for its beauty. The South Beach runs from Gimblet Rock towards Llanbedrog. Glan-y-mor Beach, meanwhile, is situated at the back of the marina. The area of beach near the harbour mouth can be muddy when the tide is low. However, clean sand suitable for sunbathing can be found further along the beach. Glan-y-Mor Beach stretches three miles towards Pen-y-chain headland, where the Haven Holiday Camp is situated. This holiday camp is a prime location of Pwllheli holiday rentals.
During the month of July the Wakestock Wakeboard Music Festival, an annual event, comes to Pwllheli marina. Combining wakeboarding, a type of water sport, with live music, the Wakestock festival is amongst Europe's largest music festivals and is frequented by the best musicians from the UK and beyond. Pwllheli holiday lettings book up quickly during this time and tourists hoping to enjoy festival must book their accommodation in advance of time. If you enjoy the great outdoors and admiring the beauty and power of nature, you'll love Bulgaria Holiday Villas and Norway Holiday Cottages.
What are the most popular accommodations in the area?
The most booked accommodations in Pwllheli are cottage and chalet. We search from more than 72 accommodations in Pwllheli to help you find the perfect place to stay during your trip.
How much does it cost to stay the night?
With Casamundo you can find rentals in Pwllheli starting at €55 - On average, you will stay in a 30 m² (Chalet) or a 118 m² (Cottage).
Do you offer pet-friendly cottage in Pwllheli?
When traveling with your dog in Pwllheli, cottage are recommended. These are the most common pet-friendly accommodations with an average price of €172 per night.
Do you offer accommodations for traveling with a group?
Yes, we definitely have accommodations for groups in Pwllheli. On average, the cottage has space for 5 guests.