About Llangrannog & Cilborth Beaches
The picturesque village of Llangrannog nestles in the narrow valley behind the beach and has a seafront car park, a shop and a couple of pubs and cafes. It also offers an extensive range of sports and leisure facilities, including a dry ski slope, associated with the Urdd Gobaith Cymru (Wales League of Youth) organisation who have a long established residential facility in the village. Sea kayaking is also very popular here. The pretty hidden beach at Cilborth is is accessible from Llangrannog either at low tide across the beach or via steep steps on the coastal path. Land nearby is owned by the National Trust and includes the Ynys Lochtyn headland which offers stunning views. Walking the spectacular Ceredigion Coast path is a very popular activity and Southern Cardigan Bay is home to an amazingly rich variety of wildlife.
Blue Flag and Seaside Award beach. Toilets, shops, cafes, pubs, parking (free parking 800 yards). Lifeguard service provided 10:00 - 18:00 25 May to 1 September 2019. Dog restrictions apply May to end September.
Cilborth is a beautiful hidden beach reached by walking at low tide from the main beach in Llangrannog. At high tide, it is accessible from the coastal path although the route is steep and unsuitable for people with limited mobility. Cilborth is a mainly sandy beach with rocks and is popular for surfing and kayaking.
Green Coast & Seaside Award beach. Dogs are allowed.
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