What
  • Activities
  • Adventure & theme parks
  • Arts & Entertainment
  • Boat Trips
  • Castles
  • Churches
  • Farms
  • Gallery
  • Gardens
  • Heritage
  • Museums
  • Outdoors
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  • Shops
  • Zoo
Where

Section 2 – Total distance 7.7km (4.8 miles) Characterised by high cliffs and secluded beaches, much of this section is heritage coast. The waterfall at Tresaith beach is a particularly unusual feature and was created when glacial activity diverted the river Saith. Aberporth to Tresaith Distance 3.2km (2 miles), grade – easy/moderate An all weather, surfaced cliff-top path between these villages affords some spectacular views. The southern half is wheelchair friendly. Tresaith to Penbryn Distance 2.6km (1.6 miles), grade – moderate/hard The steep coastal slope forces the path inland slightly here resulting in a long climb to a height of 125 metres. Penbryn to Llangrannog Distance 2.9km (1.8 miles), grade – hard Again the nature of the coastline makes the path less intimate with the sea here and with two steep climbs in such a short distance this is one of the toughest sections of the Ceredigion Coast Path.