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Ceredigion Coast Path

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Spectacular views

We walked from Newquay to Cymtudi with breathtaking views of Cardigan Bay. The path to the top is a... read more

Reviewed 30 October 2016
Beverley E
Wrexham County, United Kingdom
Beautiful Ceredigion

Visited in August, started from a B & B in Borth and finished in Aberteifi(Cardigan). Walk... read more

Reviewed 10 October 2016
David E
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Reviewed 30 October 2016

We walked from Newquay to Cymtudi with breathtaking views of Cardigan Bay. The path to the top is a bit challenging as it is steep in places but you will not be disappointed when you reach the top. Along the way we saw dolphins and...More

Thank Beverley E
Reviewed 10 October 2016 via mobile

Visited in August, started from a B & B in Borth and finished in Aberteifi(Cardigan). Walk officially starts in Ynys Las just above Borth so strolled there to do whole path on 1st day. A really beautiful, quiet, rugged route with some breathtaking views, beautiful...More

1  Thank David E
Reviewed 14 September 2016 via mobile

Well this is quite a challenging walk! starting from Borth on to Clarach Bay, but worth the effort. It's quite a trek, many steep climbs ( wear walking shoes ) but if and when you get the Wallog beach it's amazing. Great place to have...More

Thank lizaparker24
Reviewed 13 July 2016 via mobile

Very nice cottage. Quiet peaceful and very comfortable. If like me you are looking to get away for a quiet break away from the hustle bustle of city life and then this is the best place. There are quite a few beaches nearby and lots...More

Thank m0hammedibrahim
Reviewed 2 July 2016

It was always a risk to walk in Wales in March, however the weather for the most part was kind. The coastal path is a delight and is a much quieter alternative to the Pembrokeshire coastal path. Lovely places to stay, great eateries, some of...More

1  Thank MuddyMam
Reviewed 17 June 2016

We walked from Tresaith over to the next bay, Penbryn, and back. The climb is quite steep in parts but totally worth it once you see the views across Cardigan Bay. Be warned that even on a hot summer's day some parts of the path...More

Thank mrspeck2014
Reviewed 2 October 2015

This part of the coast path is around 70 miles long and provides a mixture of views, attractions, accessibility and aquatic life. The walk travels along shorelines, cliffs and through villages and towns so plenty to please different tastes. Well worth exploring.

Thank russellhp
Reviewed 14 September 2015

We walked from Aberporth to Aberystwyth earlier this month, and found the scenery absolutely awe-inspiring. The walk was generally very well signposted, and the website offered a plethora of good links to accommodation & transport.

Thank Saxodave
Reviewed 8 September 2015

From Cardigan to Ynyslas in 6 days was a good pace for relaxed walking with some more stretching sections. The wind on our backs. Not for those with vertigo; some sections are quite exposed. Seabirds all along the way and many red kites. Useful planning...More

Thank Greenwalking
Reviewed 6 August 2015

This is a really wonderful stretch of coastline. Undulating dunes, sands, rock pools and people enjoying themselves. Whether the school parties who were trying to see what was washed up or the horse-riders exercising their steeds there was a lot for everyone. Great vistas. Ice-cream...More

Thank KTS_trip
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Robert K
Is there a map handbook of the whole distance broken up into manageable chunks for a 78 year old ie about 5 miles
8 July 2016|
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