All Places in Ceredigion
- Penbryn beach is a mile long rural sandy beach owned by the National Trust that is backed by cliffs and a dune system. The beach is situated in an unspoilt area of Cardigan Bay and on the Ceredigion Coast path. No parking by the beach as the end of the track just has a turning circle. Parking is at the farm approximately 400m from the beach. You have two choices to walk to the beach either down the lane or along a path through a nice wooded area. At the farm you have a cafe, shop and toilets.
- Aberporth beach is actually two sandy beaches separated by a headland that at low tide become one beach. The two beaches are also known as Dolwen Beach to the west and to the east Dyffryn Beach. The beaches are sheltered sandy beaches with rock pools for the children to explore at low tide. Facilities are shared by both beaches and include car parking, toilets, food and lifeguards in the summer.