Situated on the Glaslyn Estuary at the edge of the Snowdonia National Park and the Llyn Peninsula, Porthmadog is the gateway to this most incredible and beautiful part of the British Isles. The town’s stunning setting and proud heritage make it the ideal place from which to discover the 840 miles of spectacular surrounding wilderness with its famous purple-capped mountains and acres of breathtaking forest. Overlooked by famous Moel y Gest and nestling on the banks of the wonderful Glaslyn Estuary, Porthmadog is a favourite with visitors looking for adventure, its rich maritime history adding an extra touch of magic to this truly historic landmark.
As you would expect of such a famous port the marina is central to the town and has remained a bustling lively hub of activity. A genuinely attractive harbour, Porthmadog attracts yachtsmen and pleasure boaters from all corners of Europe keen to enjoy the wonderful coastline and explore the surrounding countryside. With plentiful berths, marine services and a lively atmosphere it is amongst the most popular mooring areas in Wales.
The town itself has an excellent choice of good restaurants, cafes, bars and pubs as well as superb shopping and accommodation to suit all comers. Along with the obvious natural attractions of Snowdonia and the National Park visitors can enjoy great days out to nearby Portmeirion or enjoy a rail journey along the legendary Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Railways. Then there is the family favourite – Black rock Sands in Morfa Bychan, with its lovely sand dunes, multi-coloured-rock pools and caverns.
Porthmadog is especially renowned for it’s strong sense of national pride and the Welsh language is spoken widely. But don’t let that be a worry. The biggest part of Welsh national pride is that they are cultured, friendly and very hospitable towards visitors. Above all else your welcome is guaranteed to be very warm indeed.
West Coast Marine (Pwllheli) Limited is a marine engineering company offering a first class service to the keen boat owner. Whether your boat has an outboard or inboard engine, West Coast Marine can provide the service and expertise you require.
We are authorized dealers for Crownline Boats for North Wales and the North West of England. Full details of the range of boats can be obtained in our showroom at Pwllheli. We also offer a brokerage service.
Address: The Workshops, Harbourside, North Quay, Pwllheli, LL53 5YR
Here at Glaslyn Marine, operating from the harbour side in Porthmadog, North Wales, we want you to make the right choice for enjoyable boating.
We can advise you on the best options based on over 20 years experience in dealing with rigid inflatable boats (RIBs) and liferaft.
We have servicing facilities for Inflatables - Rib's up to 7 metres and liferafts. We can also supply most brands of Raft and Safety equipment at very competitive rates and ship to anywhere in the world.
You can buy with confidence wherever you might be, so go ahead, contact us. Let us help you make your Leisure Boating the most enjoyable of experiences
Welcome to Madog Boat Sales and Robert Owen Marine, two highly successful marine dealerships based in North Wales. Established in 1977 by Robert Owen and Ian Roberts, our dealerships cover the full range of SeaRay, Seadoo, Boston Whaler, Ocqueteau boats, Mercury and Honda products. Madog Boat Sales are also the UK distributors for the popular range of Sea Pro sports fishing boats.
We offer large selection of new and quality used boats and personal watercraft from our water side premises as well as; a comprehensive chandlery and spares department, full boatyard facilities providing servicing, storage, park & launch, pontoon berths and moorings. Sports boats equipment and accessories at very competitive prices - wakeboards, skis, kneeboards, inflatable toys, wet and dry suits and life jackets by Typhoon, O'Brien, Gul and Neil Pryde.
The RHEILFFORDD FFESTINIOG RAILWAY takes you on a 13Â½-mile journey from the harbour in Porthmadog to the slate-quarrying town of Blaenau Ffestiniog. Our historic trains climb over 700 feet from sea level into the mountains through tranquil pastures and magnificent forests, past lakes and waterfalls, round horseshoe bends (even a complete spiral) clinging to the side of the mountain or even tunnelling through it.
The Union Inn is a friendly village pub dating back to the 19th Century. It is situated in the picturesque and historic village of Tremadog, gateway to the Snowdonia National Park and the Llyn Peninsula.
Address: The Union Inn, 7 Market Square, Tremadog, Porthmadog, LL49 9RB