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Beaches - Continued

This quiet little beauty spot is Ceredigion Coastal Countryside at its best.

A drive down wooded lanes to a small pebble beach surrounded by stunning cliffs.

The beach has some caves and a river running down to the sea.

Occasionally a small cafe is open for ice-cream, sandwiches and hot or cold drinks.

This little resort can be fairly busy in the summer.

It is a very popular beach with children, there is sand, waves, caves and stunning cliffs.

Occasionally seals and dolphins can be seen here.There are some lovely walks along the cliff to the headland; one walk is easier for groups of children, as shown on the map.

Two nice cafes, both with space to sit outside, grace the seafront. One of them doubles up as a fish and chip shop. There is a good, fair priced pub that sells nice meals where you can sit outside if you wish.
A small shop sells postcards, wetsuits and groceries etc. Also, Llangrannog has a Dry Ski Slope! Which has no snow but a lovely view of the sea.

A National Trust beach surrounded by lovely countryside, it is reached by walking through a little wood.

Park in the car park, the toilets are here too as well as a small cafe that can supply take away sandwiches, meals and ice-creams etc.

A short walk down the lane leads to the sandy beach, this is a very quiet and pretty place where you may spot a dolphin or two. Or you can lie on the beach, play games, swim or even explore the rocks and pools.
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