Local Attractions

The picturesque village of Aberdaron is approx. 1.5 miles away from Mynydd Mawr Camping site with a variety of shops for your daily essentials, bakery, cafes, two public houses, takeaways, church, and a sandy beach. Whistling sands beach is also close by.

The market town of Pwllheli (market held on Wednesday) is 18 miles away. Abersoch another tourist hot spot, popular for its water sports and designer shops are nearby and Hells mouth bay for the surfers. Glyn y Weddw art gallery and Plas yn Rhiw gardens are worth a visit and a walk up to the Iron Man at Llanbedrog. Porthdinllaen beach and the popular Ty Coch Inn is a must, not forgetting Snowdonia further afield.

From the campsite, the adjoining headland links to the coastal path, ideal for walks along the rugged coastline and sandy beaches. There are several coves scattered around for fishing. The campsite overlooks Bardsey Island noted for its historical and religious significance as a place of pilgrimage over the centuries. It is said that three trips to Bardsey are considered equal to a pilgrimage to Rome. Boat trips to the island can be arranged (weather permitting).