Guidebook that describes a walkers' route along the 95-mile coastal path that runs around the Lleyn Peninsula of north Wales from Caernarfon to Porthmadoc. The western coastline of England and Wales has three peninsulas pushing out into the sea. The Cornish and Pembroke peninsulas have famous coast paths but the Lleyn peninsula of North Wales is less well known. Although the Lleyn cannot match the sheer scale of its bigger brothers it has no trouble competing when the grandeur of scenery is compared. The route connects the pilgrim sites leading to the remote island of Bardsey, dating back to the 6th century. In doing so it crosses a variety of landscapes from rocky cliffs to secluded bays. The nature of the landscape means that diversions inland have to be made, but although the route crosses hills and rises to over 1000ft in places the coast is always nearby. The Lleyn has many tiny lanes and byways which allow cyclists to complete the route. While many of the cliff paths are only for walkers, cyclists can still sample the delights of this exquisite area and details of cycle routes are included.