Lleyn Peninsula


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Lleyn Peninsula

a peninsula in NW Wales between Cardigan Bay and Caernarvon Bay
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Our final day in Snowdonia was sunny so it would have been a crime not to take the kids to one of the Lleyn Peninsula's fine beaches.
Further west, the Lleyn Peninsula offers sandy beaches and the best sailing and surfing in Wales.
Jasmine died in 2014, aged six, after choking on a grape while on holiday on the Lleyn Peninsula, North Wales.
"superb views of Snowdonia and the Lleyn Peninsula", this is one of several beautiful beaches along this part of the coast.
The UK's biggest was a 5.4 on Lleyn Peninsula, North Wales, in 1984.
Richard was woken in the early hours of a stormy November 27 morning to attend to a ship in distress, off the Lleyn peninsula.
Two men were airlifted to safety by a RAF helicopter co-piloted by William as a cargo vessel sank in the Irish Sea about 10 miles west of the Lleyn peninsula in North Wales after being hit by an "enormous wave".
The best summer holiday we had as a family in this country was back in the 1980s when we rented a farmhouse on a hill overlooking Abersoch on the Lleyn Peninsula. The weather was terrific and Abersoch an utter delight.
Featuring some of the best-known historic sites in Wales, the calendar, which is priced at pounds 9.95 and available to buy from most Cadw sites and Asda supermarkets, also includes scenic photographs of Wales' largest castle, Caerphilly Castle; World Heritage site Blaenavon Ironworks; Criccieth Castle, Lleyn Peninsula; Gwydir Uchaf Chapel and Dolwyddelan Castle, Snowdonia; Conwy Castle, Conwy; Flint Castle, Flintshire; Dyfi Furnace near Machynlleth; Harlech Castle overlooking Cardigan Bay, Lamphey Bishop's Palace, Pembrokeshire and Llanthony Priory, near Hay-on-Wye.
The story is that Anne Boleyn spent part of her childhood here at Plas Boduan on Gwynedd's Lleyn Peninsula in the early 16th century.
Two German tourists in a camper van had a narrow escape after the first landslide left the vehicle overhanging the cliff face on the remote Lleyn peninsula in north Wales.
Much of the classic Welsh coastline has been protected, like the 24-mile Lleyn Peninsula in the north, the cliff-backed Gower Peninsula near Swansea - and Britain'sonly marine national park, the glorious Pembrokeshire Coast.