Hoff Le/Favourite Place

Croeso i'r casgliad cyntaf o rai o'r llu o luniau 'Hoff Le' hyfryd sydd wedi cyrraedd BBC Cymru Fyw cyn belled. Mae 'na ddigon o amser i gyfrannu ac mae manylion sut i gysylltu i gyd ar y dudalen yma.

We've been asking you to send us pictures of your favourite places in Wales - with a few words to explain why.

The response so far has been terrific. We've published some of our favourites in the first of a series of collections below.

Remember there's still plenty of time to share your stories and photos with BBC Cymru Fyw. You can find details of how to get in touch here.

Image copyright Michael Sheen
Image caption Hollywood actor Michael Sheen captured this photo of his favourite place, Laugharne, when he was taken out onto the estuary by boat recently. "I got to see the place in an entirely new and surprising way, and one that I will never forget," Michael told BBC Cymru Fyw
Image copyright Summit of Snowdon
Image caption Jonathan Lloyd gathers his thoughts on the summit of Snowdon
Image copyright Huw Edwards
Image caption Newsreader Huw Edwards shared his photo of the cemetery in Llanddewi Aber-arth, which has stunning views across Cardigan Bay. It's also where many of Huw's family members are buried - including his father, the late historian Hywel Teifi Edwards
Image copyright Heledd Thomas
Image caption Heledd Thomas enjoys stunning views from the top of Caerphilly Mountain - when she's taking a break from studying for her exams
Image copyright Kizzy Crawford
Image caption Singer-songwriter Kizzy Crawford reveals her very own 'secret garden' at Tŷ Glyn, near Aberaeron in Ceredigion
Image copyright Carys Tecwyn
Image caption Uwchgwyrfai Common, Y Fron near the Nantlle Valley. Favourite place of Eric and Lili - and their owner Carys Tecwyn
Image copyright Mari Dalis-Davies
Image caption The Ceredigion coast near Llangrannog. "What better place on a fine day?" asks Mari Dalis-Davies
Image copyright Lisa Jên
Image caption Award-winning songstress Lisa Jên, of folk group 9Bach, keeps 'Cwm Idwal' close to her heart at all times. She wore a stone from the valley on a chain around her neck during the Radio2 Folk Awards recently
Image copyright Dafydd Elfryn
Image caption Yr Eifl near Trefor on the Llŷn Peninsula. "One of my favourite places to go walking," says Dafydd Elfryn
Image copyright Al Hughes
Image caption Valla's in Bangor - favourite haunt of Aled Hughes
Image copyright Gwen Màiri
Image caption "The banks of the River Teifi in Maesycrugiau, Carmarthenshire. "Quiet, magical, sparkling," says Gwen Màiri
Image copyright Anwen Evans
Image caption Tŷ Mawr Wybrnant, near Penmachno in the Conwy Valley, is the birthplace of Bishop William Morgan, who translated the Bible into Welsh. "The whole area is beautiful but above all, the peace and quiet here is balm for the soul," says Anwen Evans
Image copyright @ClwbRygbiCNE
Image caption Dôl Wiber - home of Newcastle Emlyn Rugby Club
Image copyright Bethan Davies
Image caption Ollie and Chico on Kilvey Hill oblivious to the stunning view of Swansea Bay behind!
Image copyright Llwyd Owen
Image caption Traeth Coch, Anglesey - Llwyd Owen
Image copyright Llio Maddocks
Image caption The walk from Cwmorthin, through Rhosydd and to the top of the Moelwyn. "Nowhere better!" according to Llio Maddocks
Image copyright Laurence Crossman-Emms
Image caption World mountain bike champion, Manon Carpenter, shared these pics of Machen Hill, the trig point between Machen and Risca. "Be it snowing, raining or sun shining...I don't think I've made it to the bottom once without a smile on my face."

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