Penbryn Beach, Beaches Penbryn, Pembrokeshire - Wales where to go, what to see and where to stay in Wales


Cardigan Bay Coast Penbryn Pembrokeshire Wales
Penbryn beach sits close to the village of Penbryn between Tresaith and Llangranog in Ceredigion, West Wales. It is owned by the National Trust and is situated in Cardigan Bay. Facing the Irish Sea, the beach is around nine miles north of Cardigan and is around a mile in length. In 2006 the Green Coast award was given to this sandy beach. Accessing the beach is via the lane or by following the footpath signs. The footpath takes you through a lovely wooded valley that opens up onto the wide expanse of the beach. This beach provides a rural setting and a feeling of an unspoilt beach, which makes this a favoured destination for families and swimmers in the summer. Beautiful panoramic views are on offer along the coastal walks of the cliffs, there is also the Ceredigion Coastal Heritage Path that passes through Penbryn. The beach is also known to be suitable for body boarding and surfing. Facilities at the beach include a café and a shop as well as a campsite and disabled toilets.
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