Aberporth - Traeth-y-Dyffryn Beach
- Beach info
- Beach Map & Location
Firstaid, Restaurant, Cafe, Slipway, Shower, Disability, Toilets
Fishing, Surfing, Swimming
Nature and Wildlife
Aberporth lies on the Ceredigion Heritage Coast and within the Ceredigion Marine Heritage Coast and Cardigan Bay Special Area of Conservation - recognised for its varied wildlife. There are rock pools on the beach to explore at low tide and the cliff top
Parking Available /
Cleaning and Litter
The beach is cleaned daily between Easter and the end of September and weekly during the rest of the year by Ceredigion County Council. Litter and dog bins are provided and dogs are restricted to a section of the beach from 1st May to 30th September.
Cardigan Tourist Information Centre. Theatr Mwldan. Cardigan. SA43 2JY. Tel
How to find Aberporth - Traeth-y-Dyffryn Beach
Ceredigion / Aberporth
Turn right off the A487 at Blaenannerch (north of Cardigan) for Aberporth. Access to the beach is via a pathway suitable for disabled beach users.
550/551 bus service between Cardigan and Aberystwyth stops near the beach.
We use a simple colour coded key to display the amount of cottages nearby, the below shows the three different colours and the number range for each one from green through to red.
- 100 +