As part of the festival, a free guided walk will be held in the Llanbedrog area on Sunday, 27 May. Those taking part should meet at Plas Glyn y Weddw at 1pm.
This follows the success of the first event of the festival – on Sunday, 13 May around 35 people came together for a free guided walk around Llanengan, under the leadership of Gareth Roberts.
The hike started at Llanengan community centre and the walkers were led through the village, down towards Hell’s Mouth beach and towards the old air base, then on to Llanengan Church before returning to the community centre for a cup of tea.
More events and activities will be held throughout the summer months including more guided walks; talks and lectures; and free fun days on local beaches where activities will include competitions, stalls, games and free kayaking sessions.
Elin Hughes, Llŷn AONB Projects Officer, said:
“The walk around Llanengan was a wonderful day and we were delighted to see so many people and children joining in the fun. There is a warm welcome to anyone who wants to join us at Llanbedrog this weekend.
“The calendar of events for the summer looks very exciting with all sorts of activities planned and we hope to see the same enthusiasm for all the activities.
“I would encourage everyone who wants to take part, and maybe try a new activity or learn about the local history and traditions of Llŷn, to visit the Llŷn AONB website to see what is available.”
The festival is organised by the Llŷn Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). The overall aim of the AONB is to conserve and to enhance the area’s natural history and landscape and to raise awareness of the peninsula’s heritage and nature.
For more information about the Llŷn AONB and the Llŷn Coastal Festival, visit the website www.ahne-llyn-aonb.org or telephone 01758 704155 / 704176.