There is an abundance of things to do in and around the area - Harlech beach, a pristine stretch of sand that seems
to go on forever, you'll find an
amazing thirteenth century
castle behind you, the stunning
Llyn Peninsula across the bay
before you, and Mount Snowdon
itself dominating the skyline.

The surrounding area is fantastic trekking
and climbing country. On a clear day,
the walks behind the village are truly
awe- inspiring.  In Spring, the woods are
carpeted with bluebells and in autumn
the greenery turns to a rainbow of colours. 
Mountain lakes, rivers and streams abound,
full of trout and salmon, including the stunning
River Artro, which runs through Llanbedr.

Apart from superb beaches, there are plenty of other family activities. Golf at Royal St Davids, horse riding, steam trains which have taken the leg work out of climbing Snowdon since 1896, and you can still take one to the summit today. Another incredible thirteen and a half mile steam journey into the heart of Snowdonia, takes the old miner's route from Porthmadog to the Slate Mines at Blaenau Ffestiniog .

Portmeirion is a unique place to visit, full of fascinating architecture collected from

around the world by its eccentric founder/owner.  Not forgetting Shell Island the largest camp site in Europe.
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Llanbedr Beer Festival held in the grounds of Tŷ Mawr 21st – 23rd Sep 2013