Although many who look accross Cardigan Bay towards Llanystumdwy claim that the sun is always shining here more often than is actually true, most agree that the area enjoys a little micro-climate of its own.
South Coast of the Llyn Peninsula
Llanystumdwy is also located on land falling to the south, facing the sun, so even in mid winter from sunrise to sunset it enjoys a very sunny aspect.
Due to warm influence of the warm Gulf Stream sweeping up the Irish Sea, it does actually rain in Llanystumdwy! However the rainfall here is much lower than in the mountainous regions 15miles away. The sun has been recorded shining in Llanystumdwy on days when areas in Snowdonia have reporded the highest rainfall for the whole of Britain!