Aberdovey has a small, unspoilt, safe and peaceful seaside village location. This extremely popular seaside resort sits within Snowdonia National Park at the mouth of the River Dyfi and meets the blue waters of Cardigan Bay. Popular with holidaymakers for years and years, where people return time and time again.
Imagine 4 miles of sandy beach backed by sand dunes all awaiting to be explored by yourselves, Aberdovey’s next guests?
Maybe once explored you will feel a little hungry, so why not arrange your own little BBQ, enjoy in your own little private dune.
View the array of attractively colourfully painted properties on the seafront from your position ‘out to sea on your canoe, windsurf, dinghy or other sailing craft, they all say ‘come and visit me’
Have a cup of Welsh Tea with your favourite Welsh Cake in the number of quaint Tea/Coffee shops around the village or enjoy a glass of Prosseco whilst watching the soft blue water glisten and sparkle from the Britannia’s Balcony. Enjoy a Welsh Ale or Lager from one of the 3 pubs along the sea front.
Fancy a Lobster visit Dai’s Place on the Wharf for freshly caught lobsters and other types of fish like Mackeral, Sea Bass, Sole etc or enjoy the same or a different menu at one of Aberdovey’s eateries.
Your children will love Aberdovey and the watersports it has to offer, they will love even more the competitive crabbing that takes place daily from the jetty, get your crabbing line, some bait and dangle away, who is going to get the most crabs today (I bet its your Dad?)
Feeling more energetic, then arrange some walking, cycling, play Golf, go deep sea fishing, during the Summer Months a number of activities take place like yachting regattas, sail boarding competitions, rowing regattas and other water-sports events along with the Dyfi Fest during Augus
Maybe clay pigeon shooting, quad biking, visiting Castles, Craft Centres, Market Days is your preference, visit the Osprey Project or go and find some Red Kites at The Red Kite Centre so much to do you will have to come back next Year? How about getting your deck chair out, sit on the superb sandy beach, bring a picnic, have a game of cricket and football with all the family, great family values, maybe get a sun tan then relax back to your accommodation to relieve your day with your family.
Don’t forget your pet, Aberdovey welcomes pets and is a dog walker’s paradise, (not allowed on part of the beach in main summer where people bathe) but still allows you nearly a 4 mile of beach to walk whist collecting shells and driftwood. At the end of the beach walk you will arrive in Tywyn, stop and have a well earned drink on the sea front then maybe walk back (or catch the bus or train)
If you are looking for Kiss Me Quick/Arcades, Funfairs etc then Aberdovey is not the place to come, Aberdovey fortunately is unspoilt from years ago and offers more natural attractions, they may not jump out of you and you may have to go and find them, (its great exploring) and learning though ?.
Aberdovey Breaks has a selection of Holiday Accommodations of all types and sizes and will suit all types of requirements and budget, the accommodations offer short breaks of 2 nights up to long stay durations and are competitively priced.
We hope the above has given you an insight into the beauty and splendour of this little resort but with a BIG heart in West Wales and look forward to welcoming you very soon.
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