Wednesday, 17 October 2012

More Seaside Holiday Pics (4 of 5)

We took a trip to Aberdaron during our trip to The Llyn.  We used to come here with Carole & Trevor for holidays.  Carole was very brave & said she would like to revisit the place.  The sea was just as wild as it usually is, we love the place, and we will be coming back here next year for a holiday in our "usual" cottage, which is bit more salubrious than the house we had this time.
Aberdaron beach
Dave and Carole

Y Gegin Fawr, one of the oldest buildings in Aberdaron, once a communal kitchen where 13th century pilgrims could claim a meal on their way to Bardsey Island
Trevor painted a picture of Y Gegin Fawr, which takes pride of place in our boat

Walking on the beach at Porth Colmon

On to Porth Oer, or Whistling Sands as its better known as.  The sand really does make a whistling sound as you walk accross it.

up Mynydd Mawr, with fantastic views across to Bardsey Island


Aberdaron in the distance


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Thank you for these pic's reminds me of many caravan holidays at Llanbedrog as i young kid! Must get back there to see how much has changed-certainy the views haven't!

NBPendle Warter