Holiday Cardigan Bay - Ynys Lochtyn photo by Janet Baxter

Experience:

21st April 2014

Aberporth Beach Cardigan Bay

Aberporth Beach Cardigan Bay by Janet BaxterPhoto Aberporth Beach Cardigan Bay- Janet Baxter


The village of Aberporth bustles with activity in the summer. It boasts two sandy sheltered beaches with rock pools exposed at low tide. There is a small car park above the south section of the beach. Further parking can be found in the village. Swimming is considered safe here and during the school holidays - from mid-July to the end of August - Ceredigion's Beach Officer Lifeguard Service normally establishes patrolled bathing areas daily. You can enjoy circular walks from Aberporth, a short coast walk from Aberporth to Tresaith, and other walks along Ceredigion's Heritage Coast. It is possible to walk north along the coastal path to the nearby village of Tresaith.

Facilities at Aberporth

Awards European Blue Flag Bathing Yes
Type of Beach 2 Sandy Beaches Café Yes
Car Park Yes Sea Angling Yes
Toilet Yes Dogs Yes & No*
Disabled Access Yes Phone Yes

blue flag beachComments 

One Blue Flag Beach and one to enjoy with your dog.

 

dogs allowed
* Dogs are prohibited from sections of certain beaches between 1st May and 30th September under the local byelaw. The restrictions do not apply to a guide dog accompanying a registered blind person.

 

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