Llanenddwyn to Barmouth – Wales Coast Path

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A very rainy Sunday morning, we deferred this walk until mid- morning, and were rewarded by a watery winter sun.

Walking up the road from Llanenddwyn and followed the signs off the road at Bennar-Fawr. The walk is straightforward if a bit sketchy, through field, caravan and camping parks. A long stretch is along the main A496(some 2 miles),before turning off towards the beach at Barmouth.

It is worth looking inland towards Egryn the National Trust land taking in the complex network of stone walling – a true rural craft that has stood the test of time – not a trowel of cement in sight.. and the surprise of the day of our first Llamas!

A lengthy walk along the Promenade, the groynes casting long shadows on the sand. We were rewarded with a rainbow at the end of our walking weekend – is there a crock of gold?

Back in our little house next to The Last Inn pub, we pick up the car and head for the NorBar for a well deserved late Sunday lunch which is highly recommended.


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