Ysgubor Wen Eco Camping is about a mile’s walk from the closest beach at Aberdesach, slightly further if you drive. There are plenty more within a short driving distance including Dinas Dinlle where there’s a large expanse of sand, a good cafe and fish and chips. The campsite is at the top of the Llŷn Peninsula and the Welsh Coastal Path offers great coastal walking too. The impressive, medieval Caernarfon Castle is 10 miles up the coast and worth a visit with the surrounding town offering plenty of shops and eateries. Inland, it’s just five or so miles until the edge of Snowdonia National Park with the base of Snowdon about 10 miles from the campsite. The closest launching route, if you want to climb to its summit, is the Rhyd Ddu path but there are lots of other hiking routes to try if you want to walk a less trodden path. And, if you don’t fancy the walk anyway, there’s always the Snowdon Mountain Railway, one of several to choose from for a relaxed way to see the scenery. Climbing, zip-lining, white water rafting, and all manner of other adventurous options are also on offer in the park with surfing, swimming, watersports and wildlife watching available on the coast.