Craig and Aimee of Kinging-It take a week-long tour of The Coastal Way, from Llŷn to Pembrokeshire.
About Borth Beach
The small town has a good range of shops, cafes, restaurants, pubs and local services as well as a slipway for launching small boats and a cafe close by. The legend of Cantre'r Gwaelod is related to an ancient submerged forest which is visible at certain times of the year at low tide along the stretch of shore. Pine, Oak, Birch and Willow stumps can be seen when the tide retreats up to 150 yards.
To its north and east Borth is surrounded by protected sites; a massive peat bog - Cors Goch Fochno - and the magnificent sand dune system of the Dyfi National Nature Reserve at Ynyslas. Here you will find a seasonal Information Centre operated by Natural Resources Wales where the significance of the nature reserve is explained.
Blue Flag and Seaside Award beach. Toilets, cafes, restaurants, pubs, shops, parking.
RNLI Lifeguard service provided Daily 20 June–6 September 2020 | Patrol times 10am-6pm
Dog restrictions apply May to end September.
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