Swales  

RAISING THE BAA OF SWALEDALE WOOL 

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Its wild stretches of undulating coastline and moody seas are overlooked by glacial mountains and grassy hills. Standing stones and boulders dot the landscape and rugged coves and pristine beaches can be found all along the peninsula. In the summer months, the beaches on the Llyn Peninsula are breathtakingly beautiful, while in the winter, the wild landscape can make even hardiest sheep and shepherds seek shelter. 
 
It’s here, in this dramatic, unspoiled landscape, that you’ll find Swales. The farm is located close to Abersoch, one of the most popular tourist destinations on the peninsula. The area offers golden sandy beaches, sailing, surfing and fantastic walking routes. 
The rich seas and fertile soil of the Llyn Peninsula have supported farmers and fishermen for generations. The area is also steeped in history and mythology and has one of the oldest surviving languages in Europe. This gives the region a unique identity and is one of the things that draws so many to the peninsula. 
 
You’ll find Swales somewhere between Pwllheli and Llanbedrog, overlooking the sweeping arc of Cardigan Bay and the peaks of the Snowdonia Mountain Range. The fantastic views from the farm are one of the things that drew us to the area, and we make it our mission to never take these wild, magnificent vistas for granted. 
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