Llanbedrog in the nearest village to Penrhos, where you can stroll by the sea along a sandy or pebble beach or walk on the headland. Nearby is an old hall containing an art gallery and café as well as an amphitheatre in its grounds.
You can go horse riding and clay pigeon shooting in Llanbedrog, and its two pubs ‘The Ship ‘ and ‘Glyn y Weddiw’ provide good food and ales.
Abersoch is a picturesque seaside village buzzing with tourists and lovers of water sports.
Pwllheli has a cinema, a promenade by the beach, a sports centre with swimming pool, as well as a wide range of shops, cafes and pubs. In the surrounding area there is access to sailing, surfing, cycling, mountain biking, golf, angling, go-carting, ten pin bowling and paint balling.
For lovers of history there are castles at Criccieth, Cearnarfon and Harlech.
It is worth travelling on the Welsh Highland railway or Ffestiniog Railway, which pass through the stunning countryside of the Snowdonia National Park.
Hill walkers will enjoy the paths and trails around the area and the routes leading to the summit of Snowdon, 1085m, the highest peak in Wales and England.