Abererch Tourism

Abererch (Welsh for "Mouth of the Erch") is a small village and former civil parish on the Llŷn Peninsula in the Welsh county of Gwynedd. The village lies approximately 1 mile (1.6 km) east of Pwllheli. A river, the Afon Erch runs through the village. The parish was abolished in 1934 and incorporated into that of Llannor, now the community of Llannor. It is a mostly Welsh-speaking village. There is a primary school, playschool, and a railway station. The church of St Cawrdaf is a grade I listed building. Abererch has a beach which is between Pwllheli and Penychain (Haven Holiday Park). Parking for the beach is near the railway station. From the beach you have a view of Harlech Castle in the east all the way down to Tywyn (on a clearer day even further south) and to the west Pwllheli and the St Tudwals. Access to the beach is through a footpath next the caravan and camp-site. This beach is ideal for days when the wind is from the north or north west due to the sheltered bay.


Discover the beauty of the city's striking landscope, welcome to Abererch, United Kingdom. When planning a trip to Abererch, make sure you visit its near-by prime city of Chester. Attractions in Chester include Museum Of Science And Industry, The Lowry, The Village. If you want to fly to the destination, you can choose the nearest major airport to take a flight. The nearest major airport is Hawarden. A holiday in Abererch can generally be of 1-2 days.

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