Abersoch is situated on the Llyn peninsula, Gwynedd, North Wales. If you're looking for a brilliant seaside resort, then visit Abersoch. Sitting close to the eastern tip of the Llŷn Peninsula, Abersoch is one of the most popular seaside resorts in the country, bursting with things to do.
The large village's main attraction is its beach, backed by sand dunes. Golden sand stretches from one end to the other, providing a beautiful place for you to sunbathe and for children to play. Dolphins and seals often flock to the bay, with many bottle-nosed dolphins sighted offshore each year, making the beach a wildlife centre of its own! Not that you will only see wildlife in the bay, of course. Twitchers will appreciate the birds such as buzzards, guillemots, whitethroats and willow warblers to be found on the Llyn, and puffins even nest nearby.
You can pre-book a ferry to take you to Bardsey Island, an enchanting island which became the focal point for the Celtic Catholic Church. Another place to visit within the area is Porth Ysgo, a wonderful beach with old mining artefacts and a fascinating cascading waterfall.
With plenty of accommodation options available including luxury hotels, guesthouses, caravan parks and camping sites, Abersoch is a pleasant seaside resort to visit in Wales.