Getting to New Quay Beach, Ceredigion, Wales.
🕑 28 Minutes by car from Llanrhystud
🕑 4 H 38 Minutes by walking from Llanrhystud, max height on route 427 ft.
🕑 1 H 28 Minutes by cycling from Llanrhystud
🛣️ 14.4 Miles south of Llanrhystud via A487 turning off at Llanarth onto B4342 after 11.3 miles.
Sat Nav details: New Quay, West Wales, Ceredigion, SA45 9PS
“The harbour beaches are family friendly and are ideal for making sand castles and bathing”.
New Quay Beach Guide
The seaside village beaches consist of golden sands stretching for over a mile at low tide, ideal for water-sports, fishing and boat trips, to see the local population of dolphins. The harbour beaches are family friendly and are ideal for making sand castles and bathing. Adjacent to the Ceredigion Coast Path and the Wales Coast Path. Following the footpath north, you come to the picturesque town of Aberaeron.
Is a village south of Llanrhystud, just off the A487 coast road. With a collection of shops, from arts & crafts, pubs, village shops, garage, restaurants and take away fish and chip shops.
New Quay is a popular holiday destination which has a number of big caravan parks. With it being so popular you may find it difficult to park close by the beaches, but there are a number of larger pay and display parking areas at the top of the steep hill, away form the beaches.
You get to New Quay along the busy A487 coast road, turning off at Llanarth and following the signs for New Quay, Ceredigion, Wales.
New Quay map and satellite view: