The sailing water around Pwllheli is amongst the best in the UK. The impressive new marina is now one of the best in Wales, with 24 hour access and all the services boaters need. Facilities are ideal for cruising, racing, events and social events. Even if you don’t sail you can visit the site, there is a restaurant and bar facility open to non-members.
Club Golff Pwllheli is one of North Wales’s finest golf courses, with 18 holes its unique part links, part parkland course, is located on the south facing coastline of Cardigan Bay. A short walk from the flats, few minutes by car. With fantastic views stretching along miles of coastline to the mountains of Snowdonia, it’s an ideal location for visiting golfers.
There is a leisure centre situated to the rear of the property. Which has two swimming pools with a water slide. 2 indoor squash courts, 4 badminton courts, fitness and weight rooms. 3 Outdoor tennis courts and is open to the public 7 days a week.
Pwllheli’s beaches offer some of the best fishing to be had anywhere in North Wales. Two long, sandy beaches run to the East from the harbour entrance and to the West from Gimblet Rock. Bass and Black Bream are common in the area in front of the golf course. From June to the end of the summer, shoals of Mackerel may be found close enough to be caught from the shore using feather traces or spinners. D&E Hughes well known tackle shop can be found in the centre for any shopping.
The Llyn Peninsula coastal path provides stunning beaches and coastal walks around to Abersoch and Porthmadog. Each time the walk is different, come rain or shine, it’s a great walk to exercise those muscles and stunning views await you. Much of Llyn is rolling countryside, rising up to the occasional volcanic peak –these are all now extinct!. The highest of which is Yr Eifl, on the north coast of Llyn. There are also other hills on Llyn, all worth a climb, like Carn Fadryn, Mynydd Rhiw and Garn Boduan, to name a few. All the hills give excellent views over Llyn and on a clear day, Snowdonia, all of Cardigan Bay and Anglesey up to Holyhead Mountain.
Located only 6 miles away from Pwllheli, on the A499, lots of indoor and outdoor activities to do here including go karting, segways, crazy golf, wakeboarding, ten pin bowling and a soft play centre. You wont get bored here.
Located in the centre, is a small amusement park with about ten attractions for younger children including dodgems, bumper boats & a ghost train as well as the usual arcade slot machine games.