The Llŷn Peninsula
Aberdaron and its surroundings has been inhabited for thousands of years. Signs of this can been seen in the remains of Stone Age sites, iron age hills forts, burial and standing stones. People have scraped a living from fishing and farming for centuries, with a long maritime tradition and the remains of ancient field boundaries are still to be found. Natural resources, such as Manganese also provided employment into the 20th century.
In mediaeval times, Christians made their way here along the ancient Pilgrims' Paths from North and South to visit Bardsey Island - Ynys Enlli. Today, we are discovering the wide variety of flora and fauna and our unique land and seascapes offer an attractive destination and we welcome visitors from all parts of the world to share in this very special, remote part of Wales.