You have come to the right area for picturesque unspoilt beaches, the nearest are listed below.

Popular with families due to it's golden sand and safe bathing,
Tresaith beach also has a rather unique feature of a small
waterfall that crashed down onto the rocks at the North end
of the beach.

Distance : 0.5 miles
Parking : Walkable from Y Lloft. Very limited free parking is available
near the beach, you can also pay to park in the shop car park.
There is also a car park operating on an honesty basis on the road
to Aberporth, just past the sign to Glandwr Guest House, the entrance is quite easy to miss as the car park sign is very small.
Accolades : Seaside Award 2016, Blue Flag 2016
Facilities : Toilets, Shower, Life Guard,  Shop & The Ship Inn!


Two sandy sheltered beaches with rock pools exposed at low tide. The North beach allows dogs throughout the year.
Distance : 1.5miles
Parking : Small car park on the hill between the 2 beaches.  There is an attendant present on sunny days but again there is an honesty box at all other times.  There are also 2 public car parks which are clearly signposted from the village centre.  Car park behind the Morlan Hotel is free.
Accolades : Seaside Award 2016, Blue Flag 2016
Facilities : Toilets, shower, Life Guard. Café (Chip shop)

Penbryn is owned by the National Trust. The beach is almost a mile
in length.  There is a turning circle and dropping off point at the beach
edge for disabled visitors but otherwise the beach is approached by either a small road or a pleasant footpath through the woods.
Distance :2 Miles.
Parking : National Trust charge a small fee for parking. Car park is approx. 400m from the beach.
Accolades :Green Coast Award 2016, Seaside Award Rural 2016
Facilities :Toilets and Café in the farm car park.

A sandy beach/shingle beach popular with families and surfers. 
From the main beach at Llangrannog it is possible at low tide to
walk round to the second beach,
Distance : 4 miles
Parking : Next to the beach or there is a car park above the village.
Accolades : Seaside Award 2016, Blue Flag 2016
Facilities : Toilets, café, Lifeguard, pubs & beach shop

Once a smugglers cove Cwmtydu lies to the south west of New Quay. The Beach is predominantly shingle with an area of sand exposed at low tides. Dogs allowed throughout the year.
Distance : 7 miles
Parking : Some parking just in front of the beach and additional spaces a short walk away
Facilities : Café, ice cream shop & toilets

Mwnt is a beautiful sheltered sandy cove owned by the National Trust  and voted Number  1 of Europe's secret beaches by The Daily Mail in 2011. This popular beach is off the beaten track but can still get busy in the height of summer. The steep steps leading to the beach make it unsuitable for pushchairs or wheelchairs.  Swimming conditions are considered safe at Mwnt but there is no
lifeguard service. The lovely small 15th century Mwnt
Church is where we got married.
Distance :6.5 miles
Parking : National Trust owned field above the beach,
                   with a charge (free if National Trust member).
Accolades : Green Coast Award 2016, Seaside Award Rural 2016
Facilities :Toilets, shop / take out cafe

Mwnt : Europe's Top 10 Secret Beaches

Poppit is undoubtedly one of the most popular beaches in the area. It is a glorious stretch of sand backed by dunes.
Distance : 11miles
Parking : large car park next to the café.
Accolades : Seaside Award 2016, Blue Flag 2016
Facilities : Café, Toilets, showers, lifeguard

2 Bedroom Self Catering Accommodation in Tresaith sleeping 3/4
Available from July 2012
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Located on the outskirts of the Cerefigion seaside village of Tresaith
1/2 Mile from Tresaith beach
Aberporth 2Miles : Penbryn 1.5Miles : Llangrannog 4Miles : Mwnt 7Miles

 Y Llofft & Ty Isaf
  Self Catering Accommodation

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