We started from the valley beyond Llanfaelrhys church with the intention of walking to the coast and then heading back to the office in Aberdaron. We started with a walk along the stream past the manganese mines. These were very active during the First World War. See following blog.
There are just enough signs to get by. Look out for the wooden posts with a white painted top and the blue and yellow seashell logo of the Wales Coast Path. Beware of walking on past one of the new black kissing gates. If you find a kissing gate then it's a pretty good bet that you are meant to go through it.
This is a fine path and, together with the weather, made for an unforgettable day. The WCP team and Gwynedd Council deserve a big thanks for all their hard work in creating and maintaining this path.