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The Weather in Aberdovey
Above are the weather conditions for Aberdovey. This year, July will have the highest average temperatures. However, temperatures can go lower than 3° in Aberdovey in February. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is July.
Holiday lettings in Aberdovey let you see the best of Welsh nature
From unique chalets to traditional British bungalows and larger family homes, you’ll have access to Snowdonia National Park and a range of great activities around the village of Aberdovey.
Great village food in Aberdovey
The little-known wonders of the local cuisine range from delicious pastries such as Welsh cakes, made with currants, and hearty dishes with roast lamb. Cockles, a type of clam, are also popular, particularly in seaside settlements such as Aberdovey.
The Dovey Inn and the Seabreeze Restaurant are two great places in the village to get a taste of the local cuisine, or pop into a bakery or café for a light meal or snack. Indian food is extremely popular in Wales, with the Bay of Bengal restaurant near the seafront being a great place to get a taste of it.
The local culture of this charming village
In Aberdovey itself, the culture is based around the coast, and it’s a fantastic place for a sailing or golf holiday, with a number of clubs and courses in and around the village. Aberdyfi Rowing Club puts on a weekly Celtic Longboat rowing event.
For history, you’ll have many nearby choices in the county of Gwynedd, including King Arthur’s Labyrinth in Corris and Llechwedd Slate Caverns, which offer tours of the former mine, formally a massively important industry in Wales.
Exploring the wider surrounding area of Gwynedd
One of the main attractions for nature lovers in Gwynedd is the nearby Snowdonia National Park, featuring the country’s highest mountain of Snowdon. Hiking is very popular in the area, as well as cycling and circular walks around the coast.
A highly-enjoyable two-hour drive through Snowdonia, with magnificent views, will bring you to the county’s only city: Bangor. Here, you can see the Menai Strait stretch of water, an amazing place to catch at sunset. The city also features a gorgeous cathedral and Penrhyn Castle.
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