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Beachguide » Wales - Cardigan Bay
Number of Beaches in this region = 25
Wales - Cardigan Bay Map
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go to beach Shell Island
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go to beach Tywyn
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Much of the Cardigan Bay coastline is designated as Heritage Coast with many sections cared for by the National Trust.

The coastline has numerous beaches ranging from secluded sandy coves, through long sweeping exposed sandy beaches to traditional seaside resort and fishing villages.

Cardigan Bay is also an outstanding and internationally important area for marine wildlife. It is home to some of Britains rarest birds and also a resident population of over 100 bottlenose dolphins as well as porpoises and grey seals. These can be seen on boat trips offered at various locations or even from the beaches and cliffs.

Away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, Cardigan Bay offers a refreshing atmosphere where winding down will be easy.

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Ynyslas Estuary - Low tide  Ynyslas Estuary
 Submitted on: 29th May 2009
 by: justal
Borth - Windsurfing Borth  Borth
 Submitted on: 31st Oct 2008
 by: justal
Ynyslas Estuary - Dunes at Ynyslas  Ynyslas Estuary
 Submitted on: 22nd Oct 2008
 by: justal
Llwyngwril - Llwyngwril  Llwyngwril
 Submitted on: 2nd Oct 2006
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Borth - Borth buggying and boarding  Borth
 Submitted on: 25th Sep 2006
 by: DOWNHILL44
Borth - Borth  sept 2006  Borth
 Submitted on: 25th Sep 2006
 by: DOWNHILL44
 


 

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