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http://www.llyn-wales.co.uk (on the Lleyn)
 
http://www.llyn-wales.co.uk (on the Lleyn)
  
www.penllyn.com (on the whole of the lleyn)
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http://www.penllyn.com (on the whole of the lleyn)
  
 
http://www.britinfo.net/index_Pwllheli.htm (more commercial)
 
http://www.britinfo.net/index_Pwllheli.htm (more commercial)
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http://hen.gwynedd.gov.uk/adrannau/economaidd/busnesmarchnata/pwllheli/croeso/index.english.html (a biased account by Gwynedd council of Pwllheli and surrounding area)
 
http://hen.gwynedd.gov.uk/adrannau/economaidd/busnesmarchnata/pwllheli/croeso/index.english.html (a biased account by Gwynedd council of Pwllheli and surrounding area)
  
www.oriel.org.uk (The llanbedrog gallery website, this has a history of Pwllheli
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http://www.oriel.org.uk (The llanbedrog gallery website, this has a history of Pwllheli
 
if you follow the "history link."
 
if you follow the "history link."

Revision as of 19:29, 13 April 2004

Pwllheli is the traditional market-town of the beautiful Lleyn Peninsula or in Welsh, Pen Llyn). The town is on the coast, with two sandybeaches(though the better beaches lie further down the lleyn, for example; Quarry a busy sandy beach, Hell's Mouth (Porth Neigwl in Welsh) a famous surfing beach and remote tranquil beaches like Porth Ysgo which has a 20' waterfall), a marina host to many Sailing regattas and as the market town has shops and cafés.

To find out more look at these sites:

http://www.llyn-wales.co.uk (on the Lleyn)

http://www.penllyn.com (on the whole of the lleyn)

http://www.britinfo.net/index_Pwllheli.htm (more commercial)

http://hen.gwynedd.gov.uk/adrannau/economaidd/busnesmarchnata/pwllheli/croeso/index.english.html (a biased account by Gwynedd council of Pwllheli and surrounding area)

http://www.oriel.org.uk (The llanbedrog gallery website, this has a history of Pwllheli if you follow the "history link."

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