Aberdaron Framed Print (Limited Edition)
"Aberdaron - An idyllic little Welsh sea side fishing village situated at the Western tip of the Llyn Peninsula, with it's beautiful mile long sandy beach and haven for wildlife, you can see why it's classed as an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty! Local café, shop, restaurants and even a lovely ancient church, with its close knit Welsh speaking community - this little gem is completely unspoilt, what's not to love?!" - Beth
The name Aberdaron means 'mouth of the Daron river'. Steeped in Welsh history, Aberdaron was a place of pilgrimage in the Middle Ages, when pilgrims followed the coastal paths to Aberdaron, this would be the last stop before taking the perilous sea crossing to Ynys Enlli, also known as Bardsey Island. The communal kitchen where pilgrims could claim a meal in Aberdaron is called Y Gegin Fawr, and it survives today as a delightful tea shop.
Aberdaron Available in three sizes - which can be chosen when adding the design to your basket - Aberdaron is printed and framed at the point of order, the dimensions and details of which can be found on this page.