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Porth y Swnt, Aberdaron

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  • Very good displays of art and poetry and some history of Llŷn and Bardsey Island. A huge optic from a lighthouse which was very impressive. If I had started my day here I would have gone for lots of w...  more »
  • This is a small modern visitor centre and we didn't really know what to expect but we really enjoyed our visit with our toddler. They provided a torch and bag for her to carry along with an activity s...  more »
  • We recently holidayed in North Wales, and stayed in Aberdaron... in the National Trust apartments right next door to Porth Y Swnt. We thought it was a shop, until popping inside and realising its a lo...  more »
  • Interesting centre that gives a good introduction to the area. With a handy car park close to beach.
  • Great beach, lovely walks. Great place to get away from everything.
  • Very unique centre portraying the area through visual items and words, all connecting to the area. I though I wouldn't enjoy it as I am a bit of traditionalist! But I did and it helped me understand bit more about the Llyn peninsula. Take time to listen to the audio guide to get an understanding, if you race round it without taking the time to LISTEN and look properly then you would probably find it boring. Great staff including Fred who was very helpful and thanks to him I saw my first Chough today, so thank you Fred! Gift shop and toilet and free carpark for NT members, right by the beach. Went in January so unfortunately all the cafes and the bakery were shut. Pub was open though!
  • Lovely centre - very informative.
  • interesting local info