Pullheli is a small town in the west of Great Britain, in the region of Wales, famous for its outstanding natural beauties and rich history. The city is located on the Lline Peninsula, which extends into the Irish Sea, and is the end point of the Cambrian line - the railway route connecting Shrewsbury (the oldest city - the "medieval pearl" of Great Britain) with the coast of the Cardigan Bay.
From Pulchelli to Liverpool - the cultural capital of Europe, about 168 km, and to the capital of Ireland - Dublin, only 135 km in a straight line through the Irish Sea, and the nearest airport is Valley, 50 km from the city center in Valley. If you are faced with the need to buy a yacht in Pullkheli, you can contact the specialists of our company - you will be provided with comprehensive assistance in choosing and purchasing a vessel.
In the 18-19 centuries, the population of Pullkheli was engaged in shipbuilding, and during this time more than 400 ships were built here. Since the end of the 19th century, the city has become a resort and develops tourist infrastructure. The city does not have as many attractions as tourists would like, but it is worth a visit:
At present, the best hotels in the city are:
Pullkheli is one of the best yachting destinations in the country, the climate is mild and pleasant, and the beautiful nature and numerous historical sights (starting from the ancient dolmens) in Wales will not let you get bored on a yacht trip. You can park your boat at the marina of Hafan Pwllheli Marina (a modern and equipped yacht parking for 420 berths for ships up to 60 m long and with a draft of up to 10 m, the cost of parking starts from £ 400 per year) or in the marina of the Motorboat Center - Bluewater Marine North Wales with a well-developed technical yacht service. If you are interested in selling yachts in Pullcheli, you can ask for help from one of the reliable yacht brokers in the UK, for example, SUNSEEKER LONDON UK (London) or BJ MARINE - CARDIFF OFFICE (Cardiff) - west.
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