Clarach’s sand and shingle beach is a Seaside Award winner and is sheltered by steep cliffs, along which the Ceredigion Coast Path extends in both directions. The Welsh name of one of the rocky outcrops along the cliffs of Constitution Hill - Craig y Fulfran - (cormorant rock) gives a clue to the rich birdlife of this part of the Ceredigion Coast path.
As well as a sandy beach, which lies against a shingle ridge, other ice age fatues to explore include the sandstone and grit rocks, with sea caves and rock pools, and fossils in the corrugated rock platforms.
North of Clarach along the Ceredigion Coast Path is Wallog, where, a low tide, it's possible to see the unusual geological feature of Sarn Cynfelyn, a glacial moraine best seen at low tide, extending several miles out to sea. Legend associates this 'causway' with the legend of Cantre'r Gwaelod. There are also the remains of a lime kiln near the shore.