Tresaith is set in a small sheltered sandy bay named after the River Saith which tumbles over the cliffs onto the beach. It is an ideal beach for families with golden sand, safe swimming and rock pools. The beach has a slipway which makes it a popular beach for sailing. There is a second beach beyond the waterfall which can get cut off with the tides. It is possible to walk from Tresaith along the Ceredigion Coast Path, north to Penbryn or south to Aberporth with fantastic views and the chance to spot seals or dolphins in the bay.
Car parking: There is limited parking and some spaces are reserved for disabled badge users.
Food: There is a café on the beach and The Ship Inn with seating inside and out where you can look out over Cardigan Bay. There are local shops, cafés, pubs and a wide selection of restaurants in the surrounding area.
Toilets: There are public toilets near to the beach with wheelchair access.
Lifeguards: Lifeguards are on duty from mid July until mid August and there is a first aid post on the beach.
Dogs: Dogs are not allowed on the southern beach area between the beach access point and Carreg-y-Ddafad between the 1st May and 30th September inclusive. The restrictions do not apply to guide dogs for the blind.
Awards: Seaside Award (Resort) and Blue Flag Award.
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