Discover North Wales with self catering Abersoch holiday homes
If you're looking for a very British beach holiday, then look no further – Abersoch is a Welsh village on the Llyn Peninsula and a very popular seaside resort. With such close proximity to both the coast and the mountains, Abersoch accommodation provides holidaymakers with the perfect combination of sandy beaches and views of beautiful natural landscapes. The locals also add to the charm of this seaside town with Welsh being the primary language spoken amongst the native population.
Sit back and relax on Abersoch beach
Abersoch is at heart a beach holiday destination for the majority of tourists here. With its stretches of golden sand and its impressive sand dunes, there are plenty of areas for you to sunbathe and for the kids to play and build sandcastles. As a seaside resort, Abersoch holiday homes are also popular amongst watersports enthusiasts, as the coastal village offers varying tides and swells. The village's main beach is ideal for water-skiing and wake-boarding due to its flat motionless waters. For surfers, Porth Neigwl (Often referred to as Hell's Mouth) comes highly recommended as it is exposed to the Atlantic Ocean's swells. Possibly Abersoch's most popular watersport activities are dinghy-boating and sailing, as the town has many yacht clubs and sailing schools to offer. Another great location for those interested in watersports is the Welsh island of Anglesey, around an hour's drive from your Abersoch holiday cottage.
Become one with nature on the North Wales coast
A holiday home in Abersoch does not, however, limit you to just sunbathing and sport. The ideal location a holiday rental property along the Llyn Peninsula provides tourists with the opportunity to see some of nature's beauty. If you're out on the coast be sure to look out for some marine wildlife such as bottle-nosed dolphins and grey seals during your stay in Abersoch accommodation. Abersoch also offers a view of the mountains of Snowdonia National Park in North Wales, and visitors may even catch a glimpse of Mount Snowdon, Wales' highest peak, from Abersoch Bay on a clear day. If you'd prefer more of a city experience then perhaps booking rental properties in Cardiff would be more ideal for your holiday in Wales.