Aberporth Beach

Ceredigion, Wales

Aberporth Beach is a sandy beach located in the village of Aberporth, Ceredigion, on the west side of Wales. It is an awarded beach, with European Blue Flag status, being also an ideal place for sunbathing, swimming, canoeing. At low tide, it offers rock pooling for children. The beach assures lifeguard service from July until mid August. It is a great place to spot bottlenose dolphins close to the shore. It is said that in 2006 orcas and harbor porpoises have also been spotted. Close to the beach a parking area with disabled access can be found.

Aberporth Beach has a Easy difficulty level and is Family Friendly.

Activities

Fishing
Boating
Boat Trips
Sailing
Swimming
Surfing
Windsurfing
Wildlife Watching
Ceredigion, Wales
Latitude: 52.134271, Longitude: -4.54489

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About Aberporth Beach

Aberporth Beach is a sandy beach located in the village of Aberporth, Ceredigion, on the west side of Wales. It is an awarded beach, with European Blue Flag status, being also an ideal place for sunbathing, swimming, canoeing. At low tide, it offers rock pooling for children. The beach assures lifeguard service from July until mid August. It is a great place to spot bottlenose dolphins close to the shore. It is said that in 2006 orcas and harbor porpoises have also been spotted. Close to the beach a parking area with disabled access can be found.