Holiday Cardigan Bay - Ynys Lochtyn photo by Janet Baxter

Experience:

24th April 2014

Cwmtydu Beach Cardigan Bay

Cwmtydu Beach Cardigan Bay by Francis Crompton<Photo Cwmtydu Beach Cardigan Bay - Francis Crompton


The small cove of Cwytydu in it's deep wooded valley is surrounded by high pastures where you may well see wild ponies. The resotred lime kiln marks the back of the beach which is commonly supposed to have been used for smuggling. A number of cafés and lovely cliff walks make Cwmtydu popular with walkers, and the beach is easy to access for launching kayaks. The Ceredigion Heritage Coastal Path drops down into Cwytydu by decending along the valley side and then retuning to the coast to climb up towards New Quay.

Facilities at Cwmtydu

Awards Seaside Award Rural Beach Bathing Yes
Type of Beach Sandy beaches Café Yes
Car Park Yes Sea Angling Yes
Toilet Yes Dogs No*
Disabled Access No Phone Yes

 

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.

Cwmtydu Beach Cardigan Bay Cafe - photo by Francis Crompton

Photo Cwmtydu Beach Cafe Cardigan Bay - Francis Crompton

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