Distance 5 miles circular
Approximate Time 2.5  hours
Description A walk with everything from woodland paths and traditional 'green lanes' to open fields and spectacular sea views
Start The walk starts from either of the Aberporth green flag beaches which have parking overlooking the sea.
Images Aberporth Beach
Aberporth - leaving the sea behind walk up Fordd Yr Odyn past the Ship Inn for 250m until road bends left. Take turning ahead to Ffordd Y Felin and T junction crossing into shaded lane signposted Parc-llwyd and cross over little bridge. Follow track for 200m to wooden gate. Turn left in front of house and bear right round it. After bungalows look out for way marker in fence on left ahead of you. Follow this track for 650m until you come to a bridge
Parc-llwydd - Cross bridge, head uphill and at top of bank arrive at open field with waymarker where path slits. Go left to stile, cross and keep straight ahead to waymark post, drop down to gully and cross bridge. As you cross the next field diagonally, look behind to enjoy excellent sea views, pass right of large tree in the middle of the field and then head towards right hand end of row of trees ahead of you to find stile. Cross stile to junction of two fields. Follow left hand hedge line of right field, cross stile and turn right to head up track. Follow track for 900m passing farm on right. At T junction with road, turn right and after cattle grid you will see a pond on your left.
Note: OS Maps - Explorer is scale 1:25,000 and is used mainly for walking and Landranger is 1:50,000 and is more for detailed planning for visiting Cardigan Bay. If you prefer the Landranger please choose this map.
Cardigan and Mynydd Preseli - OS Landranger Map Sheet 145
The wild life, flora and fauna of Cardiganshire Coast and Country are truly remarkable. Red Kites and Buzzards soar above whilst Dolphins and seals swim in the bay. Otters rare orchids and hundreds of other plants, birds and animals are all here of you to experience and enjoy.