A section of path specifically designed for wheelchairs along the eastern end of Aberporth Bay with spectacular cliff top views of the Ceredigion coastline. Aberporth is also a great place for dolphin spotting. (Bus)
This short section of the Coast Path passes over Constitution Hill which offers extensive views of Cardigan Bay and Aberystwyth as well as a cafe and the world’s largest camera obscura. Find out more about the Aberystwyth to Clarach walk.
This cliff top route stretches from the eastern end of Aberporth Bay and affords spectacular views of the Ceredigion coastline and Cardigan Bay. The Aberporth half of this walk is wheelchair friendly. Find out more:
This route follows a section of the Heritage Coast and links National Trust land at Birds Rock, Cwm Soden and Cwm Tydu. Find out more about the New Quay to Cwm Tydu walk.
Arguably the most spectacular part of the Ceredigion Coast Path, this section is Heritage Coast and includes the iconic Ynys Lochtyn. Llangrannog’s lovely beach is home to Carreg Bica – a rock which, legend has it, used to be a giant’s tooth. (Bus – certain days only). Find out more about this walk.
A remote section of Coast Path positioned along the tops of cliffs and coastal slopes and below the fringe of agricultural land. The tranquility and isolation of this section induces a feeling of separation from the pace of modern life. (Bus – certain days only). Find out more about the Mwnt to Aberporth walk.