Llyn Peninsula is an area of outstanding natural beauty with an exceptional coastline of coves, headlands, beaches and bays that are rich in wildlife. The area is perfect for walking, cycling and taking your camera to capture the truly stunning scenery you are faced with. Llyn Peninsula extends 30 miles into the Irish Sea from north west Wales, south west of the Isle of Anglesey.
Llyn is notable for its large number of protected sites which include Cors Geirch; a national nature reserve, a National Heritage Coastline and a European Marine Special Area of Conservation, plus an additional 20 sites of Special Scientific Interest. The Peninsula is also the original home of the Lleyn breed of sheep; a hardy and prolific breed. They are white-faced; on average ewes weigh approximately 70 kilograms (150lb) and rams weigh 90 kilograms (200lb).
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