West Wales

part of the Ceredigion Marine Heritage Coast

Todays daily image from West Wales
European Blue Flag
Cardigan Bay Holiday Cottage
Local Facilities
Local accommodation
Lifeguard seasonal
Public telephone
Car Parking limited
Restaurant public house
Sight seeing bus route
Baby changing
Sea bathing
No dogs on beach
Dogs are not permitted
on most beaches in Ceredigion
from May until the end
of September:
Blue Flag Beach 2013
Award for 2013

Seaside Award 2013

Tresaith 2 miles north of Aberporth. This delightful little beach has
only a few amenities, a cafe and public house. Car parking is very you'll have to get there early, other car parking is
available at the top of the hill. The beach is of sand and plenty of it
and swimming is safe. At the Beachcomber Cafe you can get hot
and cold drinks and light snack's, wet suits, bucket & spades etc.
Meals can also be obtain from The Ship Public House which
overlooks the beach. Please note that there are no disability
parking facilities near the beach.

Sea front shop
Beachcomb Beach Cafe

Daily Marine Sightings

See the Marine Heritage Coast and Dolphins
Bookings at the Cardigan Bay Marine Centre or tele: 01545 560037

Tresaith main beach

Public Toilets are by the beach

Tresaith beach

Directions from New Quay
Leave New Quay on the A486 to Synod Inn, turn right onto the A487, drive towards Cardigan
for 6 miles. On passing through Sarnau (old Texeco Garage on your right)carry on for
another mile, you then take the next turning right opposite the fresh farm produce
shop (thats on your left) careful as this turning is on a bend.
Drive for a further 2 miles you come to Tresaith.

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