The welsh town of Aberdovey (Aberdyfi) is popular with visitors for a good reason. Located in Gwynedd in West Wales, it is a picturesque seaside place with lots of sights to see and things to do. Whether you like to relax and watch the local wildlife or you prefer a more active vacation, you'll find everything you need in Aberdovey. Surrounded by lush green hills, our pretty little town sits where the Dyfi estuary meets Cardigan Bay. The Dyfi estuary is famous for its bird-watching opportunities, boasting curlew, redshank, tern, whimbel and many others. This estuary is one of only eleven places in the United Kingdom that has been registered as an International Biosphere Reserve. The town boasts a championship golf course which will challenge even the most experienced golfer and is a delight to the avid golfers who make their way here each year for tournaments. If you want to further explore the local flora and fauna, you can visit the nearby Snowdonia National Park. There you will find excellent hiking trails, lakes, rivers, castles, and incredible views. You may even spot the rare Snowdon lily or Gwyniad fish. You can also try your hand at climbing Snowdon peak, the highest in Wales. In the mood for something more adventurous? Try some of the water sports that make the area such an attraction. Aberdovey has everything you can imagine, including fishing, kayaking, boating, sailboarding and kite surfing! The local outfitters welcome beginners and will make sure you stay safe and have a lot of fun. You will also be pleased at the variety of restaurants and pubs. Try local food, visit a local market, or discover exciting new restaurants. Whatever your tastes, you're sure to find something here. So if you are in the mood for a place that is fun, beautiful, relaxing and interesting all rolled into one, Aberdovey is well worth a visit!