Pwllheli is the traditional market-town of the beautiful Llŷn Peninsula (or in Welsh, Pen Llŷn) in Wales.
The town is on the coast, with two sandy beaches (though the better beaches lie further down the peninsula, for example; Quarry a busy sandy beach, Porth Neigwl 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.
- 1 Pwllheli railway station. terminus of the Cambrian Coast Railway from Shrewsbury via Dovey Junction and Machynlleth
- Bus station has connections from Caernarfon (where connections can be made to Bangor); Porthmadog; Nefyn; Abersoch; Aberdaron.
- 1 Carreg yr Imbill (Gimlet Rock). remains of a large granite outcrop and quarry
- 1 [dead link]Gorwel Self Catering Holiday Cottage (Tyddyn hunan-arlwyo Gorwel), Broom Hall Road, ☎ , e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Check-in: 15:00, check-out: 10:00. 5-star self catering accommodation with views over Cardigan Bay & Pwllheli Harbour. £650-£1,100.
- 2 The Studio, 7 Innes Estate, Pwllheli.LL53 5RP (Next door to the Golf Club, Pwllheli.), ☎ , e-mail: email@example.com. The Studio a self catering holiday let for 2 persons and is just a stride over the Sand Dunes of Pwllheli Beach. £45 per night for two people.
- 3 Hafan y Môr. Haven Holidays camp. Formerly the site of Butlin's Pwllheli