Llangrannog beach is a sheltered, sandy bay known as ‘Traeth y Pentref’ – the village beach. It is popular with families and surfers and is a great place to relax and watch for dolphins out at sea. There is a distinctive rock on the shore called ‘Carreg Bica’ which according to legend was once a giant’s tooth. At low tide, you can walk past this rock to the hidden sandy cove of Cilborth. There is also a steep cliff path from the village to Cilborth which is not affected by the tide. From Llangrannog you can walk to the spectacular headland of Ynys Lochtyn with its hidden beach and a small island which is only accessible at low tide. Those who want a longer walk can join the spectacular Ceredigion Coast Path which follows a 60 mile route along the Cardigan Bay coastline.
Car parking is in a small carpark next to the beach or there is free parking in the upper part of the village. A shuttle bus operates between the upper car park and the beach during the summer.
Food is available from the two public houses, the Pentre Arms and The Ship, two cafe/restaurants, Patio Cafe and The Beach Hut and there is a general store, Glynafon. There are other shops, general stores, pubs and restaurants within easy reach of Llangrannog.
Toilets and disabled toilets are located in the village.
Lifeguards are on patrol from June to September.
Dogs are allowed on the Cilborth side of the beach but are not allowed on the main section of the beach area between Nant Hawen and Pen Rhip between the 1st May and 30th September inclusive.
Awards Cilborth - Blue Flag and Seaside Award (Rural). Traeth y Pentref - Seaside Award (Resort)
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