Cwmtydu beach is a sandy/pebble beach with rocks either side in a small protected cove at the end of a wooded valley. An old lime kiln, restored by the National read more
Planning a trip to Ceredigion and looking for the nearest beaches. Our beach guide will help you locate the closest beach and we show you photos, maps, weather, tide times, water quality, dog restrictions and provide you tools to search the Ceredigion coast and seaside towns.
The County of Ceredigion has to be the most popular holiday area in Wales. Welsh is still spoken and the countryside and coastline are equally stunning.
With its award-winning beaches, wild country and coast walking, cycling and mountain biking routes this county is just spot on for family holidays to remember.
There's a wide choice of accommodation from bed and breakfasts to top quality hotels, caravan parks to lavish self catering cottages and even discerning boutique guest houses!
People visit Ceredigion for its natural beauty and to take a deep breath of all that fresh air. Cardigan Bay with all its sandy bays and caves is a must for anglers and those that just love the ocean and sea shores. The coastal path here follows the curve of the bay on the west coast of Wales for 96 kilometres taking you through beaches and beautiful villages to see dolphins, wildlife, historic attractions - like the iron age forts - and enjoying the sea food and fresh fish in the pubs and restaurants.
Cilborth beach is a small sandy beach sitting under steep cliffs to the north of Llangrannog. The beach is sheltered and has a distinctive large rock on the shore’s edge. read more
Clarach Bay is a sand and shingle beach although a large sandy beach is exposed at low tide. This is a westerly facing beach approximately 500 metres wide and is read more
Borth beach is sand with a pebble bank at the high tide mark. The beach is 3 miles long with rock pools and intersected by groynes that provide good natural read more
The North beach at Aberystwyth is a sloping sand and shingle beach within a sheltered bay. During the height of summer donkeys and amusement rides along the promenade ensure that read more
Aberystwyth south beach is a sheltered sand and shingle beach sandwiched between the castle and the harbour breakwater. Popular surfing location “harbour trap”. Although, can become crowded. All the facilities read more
Tanybwlch Beach is a shingle beach and nature reserve that is also popular for fishing. Limited parking available.
Aberaeron South beach is located next to Aberaeron harbour and is mainly a shingle/pebble beach. Popular fishing beach. Car parking and toilets available with more facilities within Aberaeron itself.
Aberarth is a small seaside village situated towards the southern end of Cardigan Bay between Aberystwyth and Cardigan. The beach at Aberarth is sand covered with large pebbles. A good read more
Aberaeron Harbour beach is exposed at low tide but for those looking to spend time on the beach go for the South or North beaches.
Aberaeron north beach is a pebble beach with groynes and you can get some good surf although beware of the boulders and groynes. Popular fishing location. Facilities within Aberaeron.
Ynyslas beach is a large sandy beach. The Ynyslas Sand Dunes sit between the sea and the estuary beach which are part of the Dyfi National Nature Reserve. The beach read more