Traeth Bach (Little Beach) is a small secluded cove about half-way between Llangrannog and Penbryn. The shore is sandy and surrounded by high cliffs, with a small waterfall at the back of the beach. The tidal island of Carreg-y-ty is on the north side, and has a sea cave running right through it. Access is by coastal path followed by a short but steep descent to the beach. There are two ways down - one route leaves the coastal path at the bottom of the valley and ends with a climb of about 20 feet down the rocks. The slightly easier route is a narrow path which leaves the coastal path on the west side (near to the field gate) and is also very steep but doesn't involve climbing.
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29 Oct 2013
This is a stunning hidden cove and arguably one of, if not, the best beach in Ceredigion. The descent down on either side is not for the faint of heart. I use my row boat to get there. For all its seclusion and difficult access it does get fairly busy in good weather/peak season.
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