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Aberdovey is a seaside village on the north side of the Dyfi Estuary. It is a popular destination for visitors, located within the southernmost boundary of Snowdonia National Park and ideally situated to explore North Wales. The streets in Aberdovey elevate to reveal views of the surrounding landscape which are nothing short of spectacular. In the heart of the village you can enjoy browsing in boutiques and art galleries or stop for a refreshing drink in a pub or a tasty meal in a restaurant.

This is a paradise for outdoors enthusiasts and people seeking water sports opportunities with fishing, sailing, pleasure trips and a regatta in the summer months. The village also has an excellent 18-hole golf course, a bowling green and tennis courts. Children will adore the beach for paddling, making sandcastles, crabbing and donkey rides. This is an ideal area for walkers, climbers and wildlife watchers which awe-inspiring views of the peaks of the Cader Idris and Aran Fawddwy.

There are lots of attractions around the village including Talyllyn Railway, less than 10 minutes away. This narrow-gauge steam railway runs for just over seven miles through the beautiful and unchanging Fathew valley. The market town, and ancient capital, Machynlleth, is 11 miles away.

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