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The Best Beaches Near Penrhos Park

Located between the Teifi and Dyfi estuaries, Ceredigion’s Coastal Path is home to 60 miles of the most rugged, beautiful and impressive scenery in all of Wales.

As well as great views north towards Snowdonia and south towards Pembrokeshire, the Ceredigion Coastal Path has a wealth of abundant, varied wildlife, geological and archaeological features and places to visit and discover along the way, including some of Wales’ best beaches.



Situated on the south of the coast, Mwnt is backed by steep cliffs and overlooked by the headland of Foel y Mwnt.

The beach is owned by the National Trust and is found within the Cardigan Bay Special Area of Conservation - its unspoilt natural beauty, golden sand and turquoise sea make it a favourite location with our guests and visitors.



Popular with families and surfers alike, Llangrannog is one of Ceredigion’s best loved seaside villages.

Llangrannog has two beaches which are separated by the distinctive rock formation known as Carreg Bica.

If you’re visiting the Llangrannog beaches, take the time to explore the neighbouring Ynys Lochtyn, a grass-topped tidal island which stretches out into Cardigan Bay - an extraordinary place of nature to enjoy the magnificent Ceredigion coastline.



A great spot for families, Tresaith has been granted the Blue Flag award and has a range of facilities in the small village close to the beach, including a shop, cafe, pub and public toilets.

At low tide you can access a smaller beach just around from the waterfall at the northern end of the main beach.



Found to the south-west of New Quay, this beach is known for its views and quiet atmosphere.

Cwmtydu beach is made up of soft pebbles and shingle and is backed by a river, alongside a small car park.



The sandy bay of Aberporth is sheltered and has a gentle slope into the water, making it a safe swimming spot. At low tide, there are also a number of rock pools to explore.

You can also take a stroll along the clifftop from Aberporth Beach to Tresaith.


Ynyslas Dunes

Located at the most northernly point of the Ceredigion Coast between Cardigan Bay and the Dyfi Estuary, Ynyslas Dunes are a vast expanse of sand which form part of the Dyfi National Nature reserve.

There is a visitor centre with a small shop, from here you can find a 500m boardwalk which leads across the dunes to the beach. The dunes are also accessible with a car park for disabled people.


Penbryn Beach

Penbryn is an award-winning beach which is located on the southern section of the Ceredigion coast between the scenic coves of Tresaith and Llangrannog.

The mile long beach is made up of golden sands and is surrounded by sloping woodlands. It is designated as a Dark Sky Discovery Site, making it the perfect spot to go star gazing.


Make this summer one to remember, with a stay at Penrhos Park. Alongside the breath-taking natural scenery that surrounds our holiday park, the nearby places of interest to explore and visit mean that we’re a perfect choice for everyone – from couples to families.

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