Aberporth is a large coastal village located in Ceredigion on the west coast of Wales.  The village lies at the southern end of Cardigan Bay & has two sandy sheltered beaches with rock pools at low tide.

Aberporth is a popular recreational fishing village in the summer and is also popular with divers and boating people. With it’s sandy beaches, good surf & safe swimming, Aberporth is ideal for kayaking with or without the family. Lots of kayakers head here, so if you’re feeling sociable there’s plenty of chatting to be done!

Paddle out along the left side of the bay to discover hidden coves and caves. If you’re lucky you may get to see a dolphin or 2, Bottlenose dolphins are regularly seen swimming and diving as they follow the shoals of mackerel into the bay.

How to get there:

Aberporth, Cardigan SA43 2DB

Facilities:

Toilets, cafe, shops, pub, outdoor shower. Car park fills up quickly in the summer, get down there early, thre is another little used car park in the village.

During the school holidays – from mid July to the end of August – Ceredigion Beach Officer Lifeguard Service normally establishes patrolled bathing areas daily.

Hazards:

Rocks to the right of the bay need avoiding.

Ins and Outs:

Put in on the beach.

Notes:

Lifeguards operate on this beach in school holidays.

Overview:

Lovely surf bay.

Location:

Aberporth

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