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The Weather in Pwllheli
This is the climate diagram for Pwllheli. In July, maximum temperatures climb above 19°. In contrast, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is March.
Find fairies and ancient castles near Pwllheli holiday lettings
Pwllheli accommodation is all about watersports on Wales's most impressive beaches, vistas of Snowdonia, and historic sites that you and your family will want to return to again and again.
Castles and aviation
On an isthmus of land between two beaches, Criccieth Castle is a celebrated Welsh historic site. It featured prominently in the medieval war between Wales and England, which you can read about on displays around this impressive ruin.
Caernarfon Airworld Museum is an interactive exhibition housed in Caernarfon Airport. You can get closer to the aircraft here than anywhere else in the UK, with entry allowed to the majority of cockpits. What's more, you can visit the Blue Flag beach adjacent to the museum and enjoy spectacular views of Snowdonia.
Fairies and fluffy animals
For more than thirty years, Dwyfor Ranch Rabbit Farm has delighted children by letting them pet the fluffy rabbits, guinea pigs, and puppies that call the petting zoo home. You and your family can also feed the bigger animals, such as goats, donkeys, ponies, pigs, and lambs.
Gypsy Wood is one of Wales's best-kept secrets. Discover a fairy glen filled with all your favourite animals. In the foothills of Snowdonia, this picturesque park unfolds for twenty magical acres. Run around in the adventure play area or ride the train.
Cast off your dinghy or go windsurfing at Abersoch Beach, which has no rip currents to disrupt swimmers' blissful paddling. Paddle over to Quarry Beach for greater seclusion and stunning views.
Surf's up at Hells Mouth Beach, which, despite its ominous name, is picturesque and as much a favourite with families as it is with bottlenose dolphins. You might also spot porpoises in the brilliant blue water lapping this four-mile stretch of sand. Come in July for the Wakeboard Festival, or just stretch out on the sand.
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