in Ceredigion……

  1. Gwbert on Sea, Cardigan Bay – sandy tidal river inlet – main beach is Poppit Sands in Pembrokeshire.
  2. Mwnt – lovey sandy NT cove, popular during summer, seasonal dog ban, large car park, cafe and toilets.
  3. Aberporth  – bustling town with plenty of facilities and parking.  Large freshwater lagoon on sandy beach.   Main beach has seasonal dog ban.
  4. Tresaith – busy pretty sandy cove, part seasonal dog ban.  Large carpark in village and few cafes, shops and toilets.
  5. Penbryn – long sandy cove, full seasonal dog ban.  NT car park, cafe and toilets about 500yds.
  6. Carrag-y-ty – lovely sandy cove, though not much beach at high tide.  Access is by steep steps and quite a long ladder!  Nearest parking and facilities at Penbryn NT.
  7. Llangranog – popular sandy cove by a small village with few cafes, toilets and parking. Larger NT carpark and bus service down to beach.
  8. Cilborth – pretty sandy cove, accessible from Llangrannog at low tide or via some steep steps. Facilities in Llangrannog.
  9. Traeth-yr-Ynys – lovely remote sandy cove accessed down a steepish valley a mile or so north of Llangranog. No facilities but dog friendly.
  10. Cwmtydu – small mostly stony cove with some low tide sand. Some free parking at beach, otherwise chargeable near cafe and toilets. Freshwater stream creates a lagoon – great for dogs and safe play. Recommended.
  11. Castle Bach – small remote pebble backed sandy cove. Accessed by bit of a steep scramble down cliffs. No facilities, dog friendly.
  12. Pen-y-Graig – remote pebbly beach with some low tide sand, a couple of miles walk along from Cwmtydu. No facilities but dog friendly.
  13. Dolau Bay, New Quay – small sandy cove, busy as close to town centre.
  14. New Quay – Harbour Beach, very busy little town and beach.  Plenty of facilities.  Seasonal dog ban
  15. Traethgwyn, Llanina Point- lovely long stretch of quiet sandy beach, walking to New Quay is possible at low tide.  Smallish free car park about half a mile away.  Toilets at Little Quay.
  16. Little Quay – lovely quiet sandy beach, though busier during peak as nearby static holiday parks.  Parking for a few cars and toilets.
  17. Aberaeron – mostly shingle beaches with a little low tide sand in places – all along town – wide promenade. Mostly chargeable parking and facilities all the way along. Seasonal dog ban on South beach, nearest main part of town.
  18. Llanrhystyd – long stretch of mostly stony beach with low tide sand. Quite remote but 2 large holiday parks running along beach. Facilities in village approx 1 mile. Small free car park.
  19. Clarach Bay – holiday park backed shingle and sand beach, river divides beach also dog area. Small car park and facilities in holiday park.
  20. Wallog Beach – a few miles walk from either Clarach Bay or Borth, remote stretch of mostly stony but low tide sandy beach. No facilities but dog friendly.
  21. Borth – long stretch of stone backed sandy beach, dunes and leading into Ynyslas at far end. Unattractive village runs along seafront with facilities and parking. Seasonal dog ban on parts.
  22. Ynyslas Point – lovely remote beach head backed by dunes. Views across estuary to Aberdovey. Facilities as per 19. Dog friendly. Recommended.
  23. Ynyslas – sandy beach at end of headland and stretching down estuary. Estuary side used for car parking. Otherwise dunes and nice bit of soft sand – leads onto Borth Sands. Facilities and dog friendly. Recommended.
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