Walkers (and their dogs) are Welcome


A day at the sea side


Poppit Sands

Poppit SandsPoppit is undoubtedly one of the most popular beaches in the area. It is a glorious stretch of sand backed by dunes. For all sorts of reasons it is loved by the numerous visitors that frequent it. Despite its popularity Poppit never seems crowded. There is a dog ban to one side of the beach. The café is always busy and even in the cold dark days of winter you can often find it open. There is also an interesting little RNLI shop next to the main Life Boat station. This is the start of the 180 miles of Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and you can now travel south along the Ceredignon Coastal Path

Aberporth Beach

Aberporth village offers two beaches for the price of one. Beach shops, fish 'n chips, cafe, pubs and cliff walks. Enjoy watersports or just digging in that soft sand. Dogs are permitted on one of the beaches.

Gwbert on Sea

Rugged coves, cliff walks, rock pools, an old lime kiln and a magnificient view of Cardigan Island and the visiting seals. The Cliff Hotel stands on the headland and has bar, restaurant and leisure facilities. The Flat Rock Restaurant is also recommended on a fine day to enjoy the sun setting over Cardigan Island.

Llangrannog Beach

Boasting superb coastal scenery coupled with two sandy beaches; the main one and the adjoining Cilborth Beach in a hidden cove. Llangrannog has always been popular with locals and visitors alike. There is a seafront car park and in the summer months there is additional parking 5 minutes walk from the main beach. The bay is safe with attention to the care needed with any seaside activity Dogs are not allowed on the beach from May through September but the rest of the family can have a really enjoyable day out at Llangrannog where there is a well stocked beach shop and café.

Mwnt

Mwnt Beach
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Mwnt Beach

Mwnt Beach

If you do nothing else during your stay you must visit Mwnt! A beautiful National Trust site. A sandy beach cut into a deep cove dramatically overlooked by the Mwnt Hill with a carpark, tea shop and loos. A stiff but manageable clamber with clear day views to North Wales and Ireland. Visit Mwnt Church (the smallest in Wales).

Tresaith Beach

Tre-saith is named after the River Saith that cascades over the cliffs to Tresaith beach. The waterfall is an unusual coastal feature and that alone makes Tresaith a ‘must go’ place but there is much more to this small sheltered sandy bay. Popular with families for its clean golden sands and relatively safe bathing, water lovers can enjoy the sea safe in the knowledge that there is a Life Guard on duty. After a long lazy day on the beach ‘The Ship’ will serve you a glass of something cool while you watch the sun set spectacularly over Cardigan Bay.

Newport Beach

Newport Beach
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Newport Beach

Newport Beach

At the foot of the Preselli Mountains, the town of Newport with its shops, pubs and cafes boasts a . stunning beach with watersports and a surfing club There are many other beaches and coves to discover as the Pembrokeshire coastal path follows around this south western tip of Wales as far as Tenby.

Wales Coastal Path Opened on 5th May 2012

Wales is the only country in the world with a footpath following its entire coastline.

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