Cambrian Coast LinePwllheli, Llŷn Peninsula

Cambrian Coast Line, Pwllheli, Llŷn Peninsula, North Wales

The Cambrian Coast line connects Machynlleth to Pwllheli, providing stunning coastal rail journeys down the Llŷn Peninsula and Snowdonia - an amazing day out can be enjoyed by all ages!

With 29 stops to choose from along the line, you can jump on and off to visit the many family friendly attractions and popular places to explore. It is an ideal way to see the sights and what’s more, you can all relax as the train takes the strain. As the railway clings to the coast you can be sure to see the most spectacular views - be sure to take your camera!


The Cambrian Coast Line offers the opportunity to see lots of places from the comfort of your carriage seat. Whether you choose to stay on and enjoy riding the rail, or hop on and off to take in the local sights - it’s sure to be a day out to remember.

There is nothing like a family adventure on the train, you can choose when to jump off and what to see. Taking you past plenty of places to explore its the ideal way to discover parts of the Llŷn Peninsula and the Snowdonia coast. One of the most spectacular parts of touring this terrific coastline is the scenery you will come across.

Join at the market town of Pwllheli, cruise to Criccieth, pop into Porthmadog or why not alight at Harlech to see the famous castle. The train is the perfect way to get around and you can see so much on a day trip on the railway. See beaches, bays and busy seaside towns; stop off and shop or leap into the history of each place along the way. There is something for everyone to enjoy, even if you’d rather stay on the train and put your feet up so to speak, you will still see breathtaking views and have plenty of photo opportunities to capture the best of the coastline. A great day out for all!

Opening times

Open all year. See their website for latest train times.


Contact details 



Picnic Spot

On the trains! 


North Quay Car Park at Pwllheli - free.

Station Car Park at Harlech - free. 


Ramp for train access at Pwllheli and Harlech.



Dogs allowed if kept on a lead and under control at all times.


Other useful info 


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