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Newport beach, Pembrokeshire

Newport beach, Pembrokeshire

Beaches Cardigan Bay

mwnt beach ceredigion west wales


Owned by the National Trust, the headland of Mwnt overlooks a sheltered sandy beach. Short circular cliff top walks, a remote family beach, a 13th century church and a wealth of history make this a beautiful destination for visitors especially during the summer months. Mwnt is historically important as the site of an important 13th century battle against the invading Flemish. The site was also on the route of early Celtic Christian pilgrimages. The striking prominence of Foel-y-Mwnt and the high sheer cliffs to the south make Mwnt one of the most valued scenic vistas in west Wales. Frequent sightings of bottlenosed dolphins, seals and porpoise. Short cliff top walks with spectaular views.


The picturesque village resort of Aberporth overlooks two sandy beaches and is one of Ceredigion’s favourite holiday destinations. Rock pools are exposed at low tides and the cliff top walks along the Ceredigion Coast offer amazing views.

aberporth beach ceredigion west wales
tresaith beach ceredigion west wales


One of the most spectacular sights at Tresaith is the cascade of the river Saith over the cliff tops down onto the beach. Tresaith is one of the locations most favoured by visitors to Ceredigion. It is almost a picture-book seaside village and offers a wonderful sandy beach


Owned by the National Trust, the golden sands of Penbryn beach are reached through the woods of the fern-clad Hoffnant valley. The spacious beach is almost a mile in length and extends westwards to Tresaith, which can be reached at low tide. Penbryn beach is totally unspoilt and its fine deep golden sand is perfect for children and the shallow water is popular with bathers in summer. There are coastal walks affording extensive views over Cardigan Bay.

penbryn beach national trust sign west wales
llangrannog beach ceredigion west wales


The scenic settlement is located just south of New Quay, to the north of Tresaith. Llangrannog has a special significance within Wales for nearby is a residential facility operated by Urdd Gobaith Cymru – Wales’s League of Youth. Generation after generation of Welsh children have spent a holiday here. The extensive range of sports and leisure facilities on offer by the Urdd (pronounced “Eerthe”) – including a dry ski slope – are also accessible to the public. There are splendid walking opportunities along Ceredigion’s Heritage Coast, the most spectacular walk leading up from the village, beyond the hidden Cilborth beach and around the headland of Ynys Lochtyn – owned by the National Trust.


The secluded cove at Cwmtydu once very popular with pirates and smugglers, breaks the rugged coast to the south-west of New Quay. The beach is predominantly shingle with an area of sand exposed at low tides. The public footpath over National Trust land overlooks Cardigan Bay and provides breathtaking views of basking seals and porpoise in the off-shore waters.

Poppit Sands

A large sandy beach at the mouth of the River Teifi, backed by sand dunes.

Troedyrhiw Holiday Cottages | Cardigan Bay | West Coast of Wales