Beaches in Ceredigion, Mid Wales

 

We have 30 beaches listed for Ceredigion in Mid Wales

 

Aberaeron North Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed all year round
Wheelchair Accessible: Unknown

This beach is made up of rocks and shingle, and not much sand. Holiday homes in Aberaeron

Aberaeron South Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed only at certain times of the year
Wheelchair Accessible: Unknown

Although a pebbly beach, this certainly has more sand than its sister North beach particularly at low tide,...

Aberarth Beach

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Dogs Allowed: No dog information available
Wheelchair Accessible: Unknown

This beach is mostly shingle and pebbles with some sand, which is favoured more by surfers. Holiday homes...

Aberporth Beaches (Dolwen & Dyffryn)

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed all year round but only in certain areas
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes this beach has wheelchair access

There are two sheltered beaches in Aberporth, which are separated by a small rocky outcrop. Both beaches are sandy with plenty of rock pools for the kids to poke around in, and from the shore, Bottlenose dolphins can...

Aberystwyth North Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed all year round but only in certain areas
Wheelchair Accessible: Unknown

For the most part, this is a clean dark sandy beach, with some shingle thrown in for good measure, backed by a long promenade. This is a very popular beach with holidaymakers, that comes complete with a Victorian...

Aberystwyth South Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed all year round but only in certain areas
Wheelchair Accessible: Unknown

This beach is a lot quieter than its sister Aberystwyth North Beach, that said, it is still a nice long...

Borth Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed all year round but only in certain areas
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes this beach has wheelchair access

This is a long beach of sand and shingle, with plenty more sand revealed at low tide. Low tide also reveals something extra special - A submerged forest that contains the remains of numerous prostrate trees. This...

Cei Bach Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed all year round
Wheelchair Accessible: Unknown

This is a long quiet sandy beach, backed by a lush green cliff. A delightful beach which is great for walking and thinking.

Cilborth Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed all year round
Wheelchair Accessible: No wheelchair beach access

This is a fantastic secluded sandy beach in a hidden cove, literally around the corner from Llangrannog beach....

Clarach Bay Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed all year round but only in certain areas
Wheelchair Accessible: Unknown

This beach is made up of sand and shingle and is made popular by the holiday park located at the edge of the beach. It is a great place for a whole host of water-based activities like swimming, surfing, windsurfing,...

Craig y Gwent Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed all year round
Wheelchair Accessible: Unknown

This beach is mostly made up of rocks combined with some sandy areas. Holiday homes in Cardigan

Cwmtydu Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed all year round
Wheelchair Accessible: Unknown

This beach, which is flanked by cliffs is made up of mostly shingle, but some sand is revealed at low tide along with some rock pools. Seals and dolphins can be spotted from here.

Gilfach yr Halen Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed all year round
Wheelchair Accessible: Unknown

This is a stony shingle beach, which is made up of mainly pebbles with a few patches of sand. Holiday...

Llangrannog Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed all year round but only in certain areas
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes this beach has wheelchair access

One of the most popular beaches in Ceredigion

This lovely beach is mostly sand with some shingle all nestled into a steep, lush green narrow valley. Visitors couldn't...

Llanon Beach

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Dogs Allowed: No dog information available
Wheelchair Accessible: Unknown

This beach is made up of shingle and pebbles. Holiday homes in Llanrhystud

Llanrhystud Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed all year round
Wheelchair Accessible: Unknown

This is a long beach made up of mostly pebbles and shingle, with sand revealed further down at low tide. The waters are considered suitable for swimming, as well as for a host of watersports and fishing. Although...

Llansantffraid Beach

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Dogs Allowed: No dog information available
Wheelchair Accessible: Unknown

A pebble and shingle beach with some sand here and there, this combined with the lack of facilities means it is not a busy beach.

Morfa Bychan Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed all year round
Wheelchair Accessible: No wheelchair beach access

The majority of this beach is made up of rocks (ideal for rockpooling), with some sandy areas towards the South. The beach is backed by cliffs, at the top of which is a holiday park. Although there are no set...

Mwnt Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed only at certain times of the year
Wheelchair Accessible: No wheelchair beach access

What a gem of a beach - Safely in the hands of the National Trust. This special place is where visitors will find an amazing sandy beach, offering safe swimming, all packaged neatly within a sheltered...

New Quay Dolau Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed all year round
Wheelchair Accessible: Unknown

All 3 beaches in New Quay are popular with holidaymakers, and Dolau Beach which lies to the South of the pier is no exception. It offers a nice small sandy beach that is great for families, from the beach, visitors...

New Quay Harbour Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed only at certain times of the year
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes this beach has wheelchair access

Harbour Beach is nestled between the towns two piers and considered to be the most popular of the 3 beaches in New Quay. Although it is not a massive beach it does have beautiful golden sands, where families can...

New Quay Traeth Gwyn Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed all year round
Wheelchair Accessible: Unknown

A nice long sandy beach with some shingle, backed by cliffs. It is a good family beach with safe swimming.

Patch Beach

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Dogs Allowed: No dog information available
Wheelchair Accessible: Unknown

This is a sandy river bank beach located on the tidal river Teifi, that has fast flowing currents making it unsuitable for swimming.

Penbryn Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed only at certain times of the year
Wheelchair Accessible: Unknown

This is a fantastic mile-long stretch of golden sands owned by the National Trust, sheltered by wooded cliffs. This sandy delight is perfect for sunbathing, family beach fun, swimming and surfing. In fact, it's a...

Tanybwlch Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed all year round
Wheelchair Accessible: Unknown

This beach is only a pebble's throw away from Aberystwyth (well about a 15-minute walk), but is it certainly far quieter. The beach itself is set in a generous arc shape made up of sand and pebbles, backed by a nature...

Traeth Bach Beach (Little Beach)

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Dogs Allowed: No dog information available
Wheelchair Accessible: No wheelchair beach access

This is an idyllic little sandy beach which is best visited at low tide, as there is hardly any sand on show at high tide. This lovely little cove is a popular place to see dolphins and seals. Getting down can be a...

Traeth Soden Beach

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Dogs Allowed: No dog information available
Wheelchair Accessible: No wheelchair beach access

If you are looking for a peaceful, secluded place, Traeth Soden beach is perfect. In fact locals call it 'Secret beach'. This small cove was once used by smugglers, but today it's used more for sea fishing....

Tresaith Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed all year round but only in certain areas
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes this beach has wheelchair access

Yet another excellent beach nestled in a sheltered bay, it offers its visitors a delightful sandy beach, with more sand revealed at low tide. There are plenty of rockpools to explore, along with a waterfall that...

Ynyslas Beach (Northern Groyne)

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed only at certain times of the year
Wheelchair Accessible: Unknown

At high tide, this beach is made up of shingle and pebbles, but at low tide it reveals a sandy beach. Holiday...

Ynyslas Estuary Beach (Twyni Bach)

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed all year round
Wheelchair Accessible: Unknown

This is a sheltered sandy beach backed by sand dunes, although a nice beach with inviting waters, swimming and launching boats is not allowed due to the currents from the estuary.