"In a nutshell it is a tour of the idyllic Llŷn peninsula in north Wales. This beautiful area is becoming famous for its fish, lobster and crab. You will pass Bardsey Island, a site of medieval pilgrimage, and should see plenty of rare bird life. Some of the route is restricted at high tide and the cliff paths are narrow so wear good boots and take extra care with children.
Aberdaron's seafood, and the area's cooking generally, is gaining a national reputation. Steve Harrison, a local fisherman, won the Fine Farm Produce award, recognising his dressed brown crab to be the best produce to come from any National Trust estate in 2011. You won't be short of tasting opportunities.
|There is fish everywhere in Aberdaron - in the 2 cafes the 2 inns, even in the river! And a new fish and chip shop has also now opened on the river bank.|
See the full article and route maps on http://gu.com/p/37fkt. If you want a slightly longer route around the whole peninsula then look on www.walkingnorthwales.co.uk.