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Aberdyfi is a small seaside village on the north side of the Dyfi estuary in southern Snowdonia. It is where the river Dyfi meets the green-blue waters of Cardigan Bay. The village was founded around the shipbuilding industry, but is now best known as a seaside resort, which boasts a number of excellent beaches awarded the Blue Flag in 2005. It boasts the first ever outward bound centre which opened there in 1941. It continues to have a strong yacht club and is a haven for water sports enthusiasts.
Gwynedd LL35 0ED
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North Wales, UK
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