Places to eat.

From Ynyslas in the north to Poppit Sands in the south, there are many lovely sandy beaches within easy driving distance from New Quay both to the north and the south.

New Quay Harbour Beach
New Quay Harbour Beach

The Harbour beach is very wide at low tide, and is New Quay's most popular beach - Deck chairs, food and drinks at the Beach Cafe - lifeguards in season.

The Blue Bell
New Quay Dolau Beach.

To the west of the pier, Dolau is New Quay's smallest beach - pet friendly all year. Close to the car park.

Traethgwyn Beach
New Quay Traethgwyn Beach.

From the Lifeboat Station to Llanina Point, Traethgwyn is New Quay's largest beach and is below the Quay West Caravan Park - pet friendly all year.

The Pepper Pot
New Quay Cei Bach beach.

Cei Bach is good for beachcombing and rock pooling at the Llanina end. A favouite for dog walkers.

Aberaeron North Beach

Not a swimming beach, but has a wide promenade continuing on to the coastal path to Aberarth. A nice walk.


South of New Quay, Penbryn is a National Trest Beach with NT car park and Plwmp Tart cafe.


Cwmtydu is a small beach with limited parking above the beach. There is a cafe here.

The Sup Shack

Restaurant and B and B, Also surf shop. Eat in or out - Tel:01545 560245.


About half way to Aberystwyth, Llanrhystud is a wide sandy beach at low tide, but just a shingle bank at high tide - accessed by a lane just as you enter the village.

Mwnt, National Trust Beach.

NT can park at the top of the cliffs. Quite a long path to the beach with a gift shop. Holy Cross church is worth a visit.

The Lime Crab
Poppit Sands.

Just past Cardigan at the mouth of the estuary of the Teifi - wide sandy beach with lifeboat station and large car park and cafe.

The Old Watch House

A sand dune nature reserve at the mouth of the Dyfi with visitor centre, beach parking and wide sandy beach

West Wales Cottages / West Wales Caravans - Nant y Gido, New Quay SA45 9TR

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