Tag Llyn Peninsula

Wales 2018 – Year of the Sea

In 2018 Wales is celebrating its outstanding coastline.  This is the Year of the Sea.  The 870-mile Wales Coast Path runs the whole length of the coastline: the first continuous coastal path of any country in the world.  It passes… Continue Reading →

Britain’s Sacred Sites

Britain is scattered with sacred sites from the outlying islands off North Scotland to the far south of Cornwall.  Our ancestors saw something special in certain parts of the land and deemed them more sacred than others.  People are still… Continue Reading →

Print of the Month – April 2017

At the foot of Yr Eifl, the tallest hills on the Llyn Peninsula in North Wales lies the village of Trefor, which owes its very existence to the quarries on the hills above it.  Granite from Yr Eifl quarry has… Continue Reading →

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