This small seaside town on the west coast overlooks the wide sandy expanse of the Dyfi estuary. It is sheltered from the north wind by hills rising to the sombre Welsh mountains south of Cadair Idris. Today it is popular for watersports, but formerly it was an important sea port. The coastal trade was very important to Aberdyfi during the 19th century; earlier, smuggling had been rife. This picture of the front shows a cargo vessel and numerous small fishing boats beached opposite the church.
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