Beaches In Ceredigion

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    The gently sloping sand and shingle beach rests in a reasonably well sheltered bay and is the depar…Similar
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    Borth Beach - 160 Miles
    The wide stretch of beach at Borth Village consists mainly of gentle shelving sand and shingle. The…Similar
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    Situated to the south of the town, alongside the harbour and marina, this beach is a stone's throw …Similar
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    Clarach Bay - 160 Miles
    a small bay on the coast of Ceredigion mainly Sand and shingle beach backed by cliffs. With some go…Similar
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    Llanrhystyd Beach - 161 Miles
    A long rural beach popular with visitors and good for swimming.Similar
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    Ynyslas Beach - 161 Miles
    The beach at high tide tide is predominantly shingle with wooden groynes. The tide retreats up to 2…Similar
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    Llansantffraid Beach - 162 Miles
    A pebble and shingle beach.Similar
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    Aberarth Beach - 163 Miles
    A pebbly beach with lots of shells and popular with local surfers.Similar
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    Aberaeron Beach - 164 Miles
    Aberaeron is a lovely little harbour town. There are beaches either side of the harbour and both co…Similar
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    This is a small secluded stony shingle beach set in a relatively remote area of the Welsh coast jus…Similar
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    Cei Bach Beach - 166 Miles
    This is sand and Shingle bay just to the North East of Newquay good for swimming, fishing and water…Similar
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    Llanina Beach - 167 Miles
    The western end of Little quay bay which is sheltered and sandy and backed by the small village and…Similar
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    New Quay South Beach - 167 Miles
    A sandy beach in New Quay bay, close to the town and backed by a popular holiday camp.Similar
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    Harbour beach with its deep golden sands and secluded harbour, is also known for its bottlenose dol…Similar
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    New Quay North Beach - 168 Miles
    One of Wales most popular sailing centres. Well supplied with cafe's and eateries. Boat trips avail…Similar
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    Cwmtydu Beach - 169 Miles
    Enclosed and rugged shingle cove to the south-west of New Quay. Once used for smuggling now used fo…Similar
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    Cilborth Beach - 172 Miles
    A secluded sandy beach situated in a hidden cove to the north of Llangrannog.The sandy beach provid…Similar
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    Llangrannog Beach - 172 Miles
    Has a fine sandy beaches in a sheltered cove. At low tide it is attatched to Cilborth cove. You can…Similar
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    Penbryn Beach - 173 Miles
    Unspoilt rural sandy beach popular with young families and bathers in summer. It can only be reache…Similar
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    Tresaith Beach - 173 Miles
    The small resort of Tresaith overlooks this attractive small sheltered sandy bay named after the Ri…Similar
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    Aberporth Beach - 175 Miles
    The picturesque village overlooks two sandy beaches and is one of Ceredigion's favourite holiday de…Similar
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    Mwnt Beach - 178 Miles
    The headland of Mwnt overlooks a sheltered bay with soft golden sand ready to build sandcastles and…Similar
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    St Dogmaels Beach - 180 Miles
    A small beach situated close to St Dogmaels village on the Teifi estuary leading to Cardigan bay. A…Similar
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    Patch Beach - 180 Miles
    A sandy area in Cardigan bay, set back in the estuary and tucked behind an area of dunes.Similar
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    Craig Y Gwent Beach - 180 Miles
    Rugged coves, cliff walks, rock pools and some sandy areas on the northern coast of Cardigan Bay.Similar
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