I thought I'd start with my absolute favourite feature in Aber: The promenade. The promenade is over 100 eyars old, and is separated into a South and North beach. The Pier is in the middle. This post is about the Northern part, which is where I live, and, frankly, is the nicest part:)
The nearest pub; The Glengower Hotel (known as The Glen). Part of the hotel used to be the houe of Sir John Williams, the man who founded the National Library of Wales - and was a suspect in the Jack the Ripper-case. Spooky!
The promenade, leading into town.
The end of the promenade - the black building is called Alexandra Hall:) The hill behind is Constitution Hill.
I haven't been to this place yet as it's only open during summer, but it's on my list.
The Shop on the Prom, in case you can't be bothered to walk the five minutes to the Spar in town.
You get some amazing sunsets from my window...