This category is for websites relating to the parts of Lleyn Peninsula (Llŷn Peninsula) that have been designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty,
extending south of the Isle of Angelsey into the Irish Sea, west from  Caernarfon and  Porthmadog.

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Llŷn Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
Official information about heritage, conservation of the landscape and wildlife in the area. Includes guide for visitors [English/Welsh].
Llŷn Peninsula AONB
Information from local guide, on wildlife, landscape, geology, with links to history, recreational and visitor guidance.
NBN: 'Pen Llyn a`r Sarnau/ Lleyn Peninsula
Map of the marine conservation area, with hyperlinked list of species recorded by the National Biodiversity Network.
Nefyn landslide, Lleyn Peninsula
Article about the coastal landslide in January 2001, citing geology, seepage erosion and record rainfall. Includes references from the British Geological Survey.
Pen Llŷn a’r Sarnau Special Conservation Area
Protected marine environment off the penisula. Includes indigenous species, map, videos, educational resources and involvemnt such as sightings. [English/Welsh]
Wikipedia: Llŷn Peninsula
Article updated by the public, about the history of area, geology, Lleyn sheep breed, nature reserve at Cors Geirch, Coastline and Marine Special Area of Conservation, with 20 Sites of Special Scientific Interest. Includes constituent parishes, and links to related articles.
[United Kingdom]
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October 14, 2016 at 19:27:30 UTC
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