Llanystumdwy is located between mountains and sea in an area of natural beauty. Nearby is 'Y Lon Goed' (the wooded road), a fascinating tree-lined avenue that reaches inland from the southern coast for about seven kilometres, through rural farmland.
Further afield the nearby town of Cricieth offers shops, restaurants, pubs, sandy beaches and much more. Pwllheli, to the west, is a great place to visit on the way to the Llyn peninsula and it's stunning coastal scenery, whilst Porthmadog offers a range of shops, galleries, cinema and Ffestiniog Mountain Railway.
To the north of Llanystumdwy lie the small, picturesque villages of Eifionydd. Ffynnon Cybi (site of St. Cybi's well), Tre'r Ceiri and Ynys Enlli (Bardsey Island at the tip of the Llyn Peninsula) are all well worth a visit.
Visit the Things to do page which will give you information about local Tourist Information Centres.