Things to do in Pwllheli
The charming town of Pwllheli offers an idyllic escape for nature enthusiasts, history buffs, and adventure seekers alike.
Whether you’re just considering stopping by on your way back to your caravan or planning a full-day trip, we’ve compiled some must-do activities to help you make the most of your time in this captivating town that's just a stone's throw from two of our Haven holiday parks.
Explore Pwllheli Harbour
Considered one of the finest yachting venues in Wales, Pwllheli boasts a bustling marina that is both picturesque and historically significant. Take a leisurely stroll along the harbour promenade, where you can admire a diverse array of sailing boats and fishing vessels or check out what’s happening on the dates you’ll be around the area. There’s always something on in this bustling harbour.
Mooch around Pwllheli Market
Held on Wednesdays and Sundays, Pwllheli’s open-air and bustling market is a hub of activity, featuring a diverse range of stalls selling everything from fresh produce and local crafts to clothing and souvenirs. Engage with friendly vendors and soak in the lively atmosphere, all while supporting the local economy.
Crack a laugh at Funland Pwllheli
With a variety of thrilling rides and games for all ages, Funland Pwllheli is the perfect place to take the kids. From classic carousels and bumper cars to adrenaline-pumping roller coasters, Funland has plenty of attractions to enjoy. And don't forget to indulge in traditional fairground treats like candy floss and hotdogs, and let the laughter and joy fill the air.
Perfect your swing at Pwllheli Golf Club
For golf enthusiasts, Pwllheli offers a challenging yet scenic golfing experience at Pwllheli Golf Club. The greens are beautifully kept, and the fairways are also in great condition. This 18-hole championship course also boasts panoramic views of Snowdonia and Cardigan Bay, making it a memorable spot for a round of golf.
Rediscover Plas yn Rhiw
For the history enthusiasts visiting Hafan y Môr, a visit to Plas yn Rhiw is a must. Nestled amidst stunning gardens, this beautiful manor house offers a glimpse into the region's past. Once the residence of the Keating sisters, the house now stands as a National Trust property, showcasing its original 17th-century architecture and furnished rooms.
Stroll around Llyn Peninsula
Embrace the great outdoors and set off on scenic hikes along the Wales Coast Path in a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Offering magnificent vistas of the rugged coastline and charming villages, you’ll be spoilt for stunning views. Don't miss the chance to visit nearby attractions such as Bardsey Island and Abersoch, a popular coastal resort renowned for its sandy beaches and vibrant sailing community.