Philip writing:  My friend Brenda and I had decided to go for a three-day weekend to North Wales, specifically to the Llyn Peninsula on the most westerly tip of North Wales where the coastal scenery is magnificent.  The weather forecast was promising an Indian Summer over the weekend so it was an ideal time to go.

Although it is only a 3+ hours journey non-stop to Morfa Nefyn on the Llyn Peninsula where we’d booked into a guest house for two nights we decided to make a day of the journey there on the Friday, stopping at Llandudno on the northerly coast for lunch; to spend the Saturday touring the Llyn Peninsula; and to spend the day of the return journey on the Sunday driving through the beautiful Snowdonia National Park.

Here’s a map of the route we would take to Morfa Nefyn, showing both the outward (146 miles) and return journey (121 miles):

Map-out-and-back

Click here for Day 1 (Friday, September 25th 2015)