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TRESAITH

Tresaith is a favourite spot for watching the stunning West Wales sunsets. Just perch yourself on one of the benches at The Ship Inn, sip on the tipple of your choice and relax as you watch the big orange ball descend gently onto the sea and finally, disappear as you take your final sip. The experience really is as blissful as it sounds!

 

The Ship Inn serves food and has indoor and outdoor seating areas. Dogs are also welcome.

 

The stunning beach is popular for watersports such as kayaking and windsurfing. An annual regatta is held on the beach during the month of August so look out for dates.

 

At one end of the sandy beach, you will discover a stunning freshwater waterfall and when the tide is playing ball, you can even rinse yourself off under it - refreshing!

 

The Coast Path reaches Tresaith from Aberporth in the south (this section is currently closed due to landslide) and the next destination to the north is Penbryn.

 

A beach shop is open in warmer months - perfect for ice cream!

 

Look out for stunning wildlife from dolphins to seabirds.