by Coast and Country Holidays
Places to Visit
Gwynedd’s most southerly coastal village, Aberdyfi enjoys a stunning position on the northern bank of the Dyfi Estuary and it’s southerly aspect enjoys fine views of the Ceredigion coastline stretching away to the south.
The village is popular with visitors at all times of the year and there is a good selection of pubs, restaurants and shops to explore.
A very picturesque harbour sits just below the village, with a small grassy open space for enjoying picnics or even fish and chips. Don’t just explore the harbour side of things, hidden away behind the houses, pubs and shops are narrow streets with more shops and places to discover.
There is also a fine beach with over 3 miles of sand to enjoy. Sand dunes back part of the beach and beyond them is Aberdovey Golf Course if you fancy a round or two.
More information about Aberdyfi:
The harbour side grassy area
The Dyfi Estuary
The Strand in Aberdyfi
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