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Llangrannog Tourist Information
Stay beside the seaside, beside the sea

Llangrannog is a lovely little coastal village set in a narrow valley nearing the Southern end of Cardigan Bay, it lies between the coastal town of New Quay to the North, and the village of Aberporth to the South.

Facilities in this pretty village include two pubs both serving food, two cafe/restaurants and a general store.

The real draw for this tranquil village is its beach (Llangrannog Beach), where visitors of all ages can enjoy a safe swim or try out a range of water-based activities like surfing, sailing, kayaking and windsurfing. Beachgoers have the added reassured of RNLI lifeguards in attendance between May and September. Just around the corner is Cilborth Beach, this is a lovely little secluded sandy beach in a hidden cove, it can be accessed either by steps down a cliff or you can walk around from Llangrannog Beach at low tide.

As the Wales Coast Path makes its way around the village it allows for spectacular cliff top walks in either direction. Heading South along this section of Heritage Coast is a five and a half mile walk of easy to hard grades to the village of Aberporth, stopping off along the way at Tresaith Beach to admire its stunning waterfall. Heading North from Llangrannog along the Heritage Coast offers walkers a moderate grade, nine and a half mile walk to New Quay.

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