Getting to Aberaeron North Beach, Ceredigion, Wales.
🕑 12 Minutes by car from Llanrhystud
🕑 2 H 15 Minutes by walking from Llanrhystud, max height on route 341 ft.
🕑 39 Minutes by cycling from Llanrhystud
🛣️ 6.8 Miles south of Llanrhystud along the A487.
Sat Nav details: Aberaeron, West Wales, Ceredigion, SA46 0BH
Aberaeron North Beach Guide
The beach north of the town consist of rock and shingle, adjacent to the Ceredigion Coast Path and the Wales Coast Path. Following the footpath north, you come to the picturesque village of Aberarth.
Aberaeron and its harbour make it one of Ceredigion’s most beautiful seaside towns. With a good variety of shops, pubs, cafes and restaurants to choose from.
The planned Georgian town was the brain child of Reverend Alban Jones-Gwynne when building begun in 1807.
As you walk around town you will notice Aberaeron’s most notable feature! Its architecture and the brightly painted houses – one house in every four is listed as being of special architectural or historical interest.
The north side of the river Aeron is where the main town and harbour are situated, with no hills to worry about, access for pedestrians is ideal for both able-bodied, less able and wheelchair users.
Aberaeron is well known for its honey ice cream and fish and chip shops making it a popular destination for tourists.
You get to Aberaeron along the busy A487 coast road, which passes through the centre of Aberaeron, Ceredigion, Wales.
Aberaeron map and satellite view: