A circular walk that takes in shingle beach, wooded lanes, open vistas of mountain and coast and Iron Age hill forts. Find out more about the Llanon to Llanrhystud walk.
This is an interesting and challenging section of Heritage Coast with several big climbs. The walk links up the railway stations so that you can let the train take the strain on your return leg. Find out more about the Aberystwyth Railway Station to Borth Railway Station walk.
This walk, between two of Ceredigion’s main coastal towns, offers spectacular cliff top views. Aberaeron is regarded as one of the most attractive towns in Wales with a square of elegant Regency-style buildings. At New Quay, the preferred route is along the beach, but at high tide you may have to follow the road. (Bus). Find out more about the New Quay to Aberaeron walk.
A spectacular and lovely route (best walked anti-clockwise) that highlights the glorious coastline and countryside. The walk offers stunning views of Ynys Lochtyn before heading inland through a beautiful wooded cwm before returning back to the coast. Find out more.
With no settlements between these locations and with few feeder paths, this is one of the least walked sections of the Ceredigion Coast Path. Despite its challenges, it is rewarding. Find out more about the Aberystwyth to Llanrhystud walk.