The coastal village of Aberporth is situated in West Wales (in between Cardigan and New Quay) at the southern end of Cardigan Bay.
The Wales Coast Path runs through Aberporth, with a flat and level section of the path specially designed for wheelchair users. Take a walk along the cliff tops and see the stunning views of Cardigan Bay and the Ceredigion coastline. On a clear day, you can even see as far as the Lleyn Peninsula in North Wales.
Dolphins, porpoises and grey seals are frequently seen in Cardigan Bay and can be seen frolicking from the shore. However, be sure to take one of the many boat trips that specialise in dolphin spotting, so you can get even closer to these incredible mammals.
Aberporth has two golden sandy beaches which have been awarded Blue Flag status. With the golden sand and seas safe for swimming, Aberporth is popular for visitors looking to have a Beach Holiday. During the busier months a lifeguard service is also in operation. At low tide, take the children to see the exposed small rock pools where you might be lucky enough to catch periwinkles and crabs.
If you would like to visit Aberporth, take a look at our self-catering cottages in the area.