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Glass Butter Beach boasts one of the most outstanding locations of any summer festival.
It takes place on the lush green fields and sheltered sandy beaches of Llanbedrog, next to the popular surf village of Abersoch. Tucked away behind the mighty mountains of Snowdonia, the setting really is a breathtaking paradise on the Lleyn Peninsula and one of the most outstanding backdrops of any summer festival.


Shuttle buses run from the festival site in Llanbedrog to the picturesque surf village of Abersoch where the Harbour Project takes place in the Inner Harbour. They also run to Pwllheli North Quay where the Pro Boat Wakeboarding takes place.

These buses are also perfect to take advantage of a little exploring during your downtime. Head into Abersoch which is crammed with great shops, bars, cafes and sandy beaches.

Abersoch from the Air Photo SteveHeavensAbove


Big Green Coach; The easiest way to get to Glass Butter Beach from Chester, Manchester or Stockport is with our pal’s at Big Green Coach. Book your low-cost return coach and travel with other festival goers direct to the festival gates.
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By Car;
You’ll need the A55 from Chester, then the A487 from Bangor to Caernarfon, then A499 to Pwllheli, then signs to Abersoch at which point the festival signs kick in and the festival site is just before Llanbedrog village. (Sat Nav LL53 7NL)

FROM THE SOUTH: You’ll need the M54 past Telford, then join the A5 past Shrewsbury, Oswestry & Llangollen. After Corwen turn left onto the A494 following signs for Bala. As you arrive in Bala take a right onto the A4212 stay on this road for about 20 miles then turn right at a T Junction onto the A470 towards Porthmadog, join the A487 and carry on through Porthmadog and join the A497 to Criccieth and Pwllheli, then signs to Abersoch at which point the festival signs kick in and the festival site is just before Llanbedrog village. (Sat Nav LL53 7NL)

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By Train;
The nearest train station is in Pwllheli (2 miles away from the festival site) which comes via Birmingham Central. However, the quickest route is to travel to Bangor where a bus connection to Pwllheli Bus Station is available. www.transportdirect.info

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