Aberdovey

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Tonight - Light Rain Showers
Minimum: 17C, Wind Direction: South Westerly
Wind: Moderate 15mph, Pressure: 1016mb, Sunset: 18:54 BST
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Sunday - Heavy Rain
Maximum: 18C, Minimum: 12C
Wind: 12mph South Westerly, Visibility: Moderate, Pollution: Low, Sunrise: 07:18 BST, Sunset: 18:52 BST
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Monday - Heavy Rain
Maximum: 16C, Minimum: 12C
Wind: 4mph Southerly, Visibility: Moderate, Pollution: Low, Sunrise: 07:20 BST, Sunset: 18:50 BST
DateEventTimeHeight
Sat 30 SepLow Tide04:120.12m
Sat 30 SepHigh Tide09:284.96m
Sat 30 SepLow Tide16:220.4m
Sat 30 SepHigh Tide21:445.43m
Sun 1 OctLow Tide04:490.23m
Sun 1 OctHigh Tide10:054.98m
Sun 1 OctLow Tide16:580.47m
Sun 1 OctHigh Tide22:225.33m
Mon 2 OctLow Tide05:250.46m
Mon 2 OctHigh Tide10:414.89m
Mon 2 OctLow Tide17:320.65m
Mon 2 OctHigh Tide22:595.08m
Tue 3 OctLow Tide05:580.78m
Tue 3 OctHigh Tide11:174.67m
Tue 3 OctLow Tide18:050.92m
Tue 3 OctHigh Tide23:374.71m
Wed 4 OctLow Tide06:291.15m
Wed 4 OctHigh Tide11:544.37m
Wed 4 OctLow Tide18:371.23m
Wed 4 OctHigh Tide00:174.27m
Thu 5 OctLow Tide06:591.53m
Thu 5 OctHigh Tide12:343.99m
Thu 5 OctLow Tide19:121.56m
Fri 6 OctHigh Tide01:003.8m
Fri 6 OctLow Tide07:361.88m
Fri 6 OctHigh Tide13:193.59m
Fri 6 OctLow Tide20:031.88m
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ABERDOVEY
Nestled on the north banks of the Dyfi Estuary, Aberdovey is the definitive peaceful Welsh seaside village. A popular holiday resort with families and those keen to explore the surrounding Snowdonia National Park, the village also boasts a lovely harbour with excellent marine services. Along with various events organised by the local yacht club there are also superb opportunities for fishing, sailboarding and, of course, cruising on the wonderful blue waters of Cardigan Bay. The nautical highlight of the year is the annual regatta, which attracts yachtsmen and pleasure cruisers from all over the UK.

Outdoor enthusiasts would be hard pushed to find a more idyllic base from which to discover the surrounding countryside with itís spectacular mountain ranges, seemingly endless forests and myriad wildlife. Other attractions include an excellent 18 hole championship golf course, the famous Talyllyn Railway and a virtual treasure trove of historical sites peppered throughout the area, all within easy driving and often walking distance. And if you just want to chill the beaches are simply beyond criticism.

Accommodation in Aberdovey ranges from caravans and chalets to farmhouses and first class hotels. And you are always guaranteed the very best in warm Welsh welcomes and hospitality. The village itself has plenty of character with pleasant shopping, a good choice of dining and some truly magnificent pubs. In truth Aberdovey has everything you would expect from a premier Welsh Holiday destination. In fact it has everything you want plus that extra bit of magic.
Comments (2)
01/09/2021 @ 10:59 pm
Richard Johan Andersen
Hi there
I'm looking for a non-drying out mooring or berth near Aberdovey, Barmouth or Porthmadog. If none are available I'm happy to go on a waiting list. My boat that I'm considering buying is 9m long and 3m wide and has a 1.75m draught.
Thanks in advance.
Best regards,
Richard
14/01/2014 @ 10:38 am
Don Thomson
The chart you have accompanying these notes "aberdovey business map" is for a business located in Porthmadog 25 miles North of Aberdovey and gives entirely the wrong impression of Aberdovey
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Details & Reviews (0)Aberdovey Harbour
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If you are intending to visit Aberdovey by sea, a warm welcome awaits from the Harbourmaster and his staff. The Harbour Office is situated in the centre of Aberdovey on the lefthand side of the Wharf Gardens. If you need information on tides, where best for the family to enjoy a dip in the sea, safety guidance, or boat launching permission, pop in for assistance.

Address: Aberdovey Harbour Office, Aberdovey, Wales

Phone: 01654 767 626 - Email - Website - Mobile: 07879 433 148 - Map
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Our award winning dealership offers a large selection of new & quality used boats! We have a comprehensive chandlery and spares department, full boatyard facilities: servicing, storage, park & launch, pontoon berths and moorings.

Address: The Wharf, Porthmadog, Gwynedd, LL49 9AY

Phone: 01766 514 205 - Email - Website - Map
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Talyllyn Railway
The Talyllyn Railway is a historic narrow-gauge steam railway, set in the beautiful Mid-Wales countryside. Running from Tywyn to Abergynolwyn and Nant Gwernol, the line passes the delightful Dolgoch Falls and there are excellent forest walks at Nant Gwernol. Why not come and visit us for a great family day out?

Address: Wharf Station, Tywyn, Gwynedd, LL36 9EY

Phone: 01654 710472 Fax: 01654 711755 - Email - Website - Map
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