Porthdinllaen is a tiny village that was once chosen as the Welsh terminal for a ferry route to Ireland, before Holyhead on Anglesey was chosen instead. Now the village can only be reached by foot (at least by the general public), either along a right of way through a golf course, or along the beach from Morfa Nefyn (in both cases you can start from the NT car park at the western end of Morfa Nefyn). The village has a lovely pub serving good food, and a sheltered bay filled with small boats. There are also lovely walks further on around the coast, past a life boat station.