Wallog is a remote beach between Aberystwyth and Borth, in Cardigan Bay. It consists of coarse sand, shingle and rocks and is flanked by cliffs of slates and shales. Behind the beach is a level grassed area, an old lime kiln and two houses. The most interesting feature of the beach is the Sarn Cynfelin - a deposit of glacial moraine which stretches miles out under the sea. Access to the beach is via the coast path from Clarach or alternatively by a public footpath from the B4272. It is possible to walk along the shore to Borth from here, but there is a risk of being cut off by the tide.