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Borth

Borth's Blue Flag beach with its shallow waters and fabulous three mile long expanse of golden sand, is particularly popular with surfers and families with young children.

Borth 

Borth is part of the Dyfi Biosphere, the only UNESCO Biosphere reserve in Wales, plus the Dyfi National Nature Reserve and visitors' centre at Yny​slas. The long distance footpath, the Ceredigion Coast Path, passes through Borth village.

Borth is served by the Cambrian Coast rail line and there is a youth hostel in the village. For beach safety, Borth features an inshore lifeboat station and local attractions include the Borth Animalarium and Borth & Ynyslas Golf Club, one of Wales’s oldest links courses.  The Borth railway museum is well worth a visit.

If you're looking for somewhere to stay in Borth or the surrounding area take a look at our accommodation pages.

Did you know?
  • Look out for the sunken forest on the beach between Borth and Ynyslas at low tide.

  • Legend has it that the ancient land of Cantre’r Gwaelod is buried under the sea at this point.