Aberaeron South Beach

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Aberaeron South Beach is a rock and shingle beach just to the south of the town and harbour. The beach is traditionally a good place to spot the bay’s porpoise population at sea on warm days, together with spectacular views down the coast and the southernmost part is a great favourite for experienced surfers and body boarding.

Aberaeron is a small coastal town on the Ceredigion coast. It was built in 1805 around a square of elegant Regency style buildings and has a small harbour for yachts and fishing boats.

Aberaeron’s North beach is backed by a promenade which extends from the harbour; the Wales Coast Path then runs from here to Aberarth. Travelling into Aberaeron on the A487 from Aberystwyth, turn right where signed for parking; this road ends at a car park by the promenade.

Dog restrictions apply May to end September.
The Harbourmaster's Office is located by the pier.

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Facilities

Parking

  • Parking with charge

Property Facilities

  • Dogs Accepted
  • Public toilets

Map & Directions

Road Directions

By Car: Entering Aberaeron on the A487, turn where signed to the Beach at the crossroads before the river bridge/town centre.

Public Transport Directions

Public Transport Travel Information Service: www.travelinecymru.wales

Nearest Mainline Station is Aberystwyth station wihc is 18 miles away.

Aberaeron South Beach

Type:Beach

Ceredigion, Aberaeron, Ceredigion, SA46 0BE

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