Borth, it's beach and the surrounding area provide a wealth of activities.
With the sea on your doorstep and the mountains behind you there is never a dull moment. If simple relaxation is not all you want on your holiday then here are just some of the activities you can get up to.
- Surfing and other watersports
- Walking on the Coast path or in the hills
- Horse Riding
- Cycling and Mountain Biking
- Swimming and Snorkelling
- Rock Pooling
If activities are not your thing then there are plenty of visitor attractions to keep you occupied too.
The village of Borth has a small zoo, café's, restaurants, gift shops and a brand new, boutique cinema is opening soon
A little further afield are soft play centres, narrow gauge railways, the Centre for Alternative Technology, King Arthur's Labyrinth, The Silver Mountain Experience, Nant yr Arian Forest Park, Ynyshir RSPB, The Dyfi Osprey Project, Aberystwyth's Cliff Railway and Pier and much much more.
If art and culture are what you are looking for then the nearby cosmopolitan university town of Aberystwyth will cater to your needs.
It's café culture offers plenty of places to eat and drink from quick coffee stops to high quality dining. It's many independent boutique shops offer a wide range of bespoke shopping experiences side by side with mainstream brands and more traditional seaside shops. It has museums, a library and is home to the National Library of Wales. It's Victorian Promenade could be it's crowning glory with a traditional pier and the longest funicular electric cliff railway in Britain. Aberystwyth is also home to the Arts Centre, a centre for film, dance, music and the arts.
Machynlleth to the North is a historic town with a number of visitor attractions. The town has a large market on Wednesdays which includes traditional Welsh together with Spanish and French food stalls. It also hosts an annual Comedy Festival and music festivals. Machynlleth was the seat of Owain Glyndŵr's Welsh Parliament in 1404, and as such claims to be the "ancient capital of Wales"
Visitor Centre, beach, dunes and wildlife
You can't beat the sunsets at Borth
Walking galore on the Coast Path
3 miles of award winning sandy beach
Just some of the Highlights from the local area
The very shallow gradient of the sandy beach invites safe bathing, surfing and beach games.
Fishing is good from the beach and the rocks at the southern end. Although Bass are the main target, many species of ray and flatfish are also caught and mackerel when the conditions are right.
The coastal path to Aberystwyth is recommended. Less demanding are the paths inland of the village along the River Leri and around the Dyfi nature reserve. For the more ambitious, Cader Idris and Snowdon are both good walks on a fine day.
Sea birds are always in evidence - gulls, cormorants, gannets, terns, lapwings and shearwaters. Red kites patrol the tide line too. Local rarities include choughs, peregrines and ospreys. The Dyfi Osprey Project nest site is a must to visit.
Borth has a fine 18 hole links golf course. There are three other courses within a short distance
There are many cycle routes nearby and a healthy cycling scene in the area. From flat circular routes to more demanding hill climbs. Mountain Biking is also well catered for with serveral trails at Nant yr Arian MTB centre, more trails around Machynlleth and Coed y Brenin not too far away as well.
It is possible to watch dolphins and porpoises from the comfort of our lounge sofa, and boat trips are available from nearby Aberystwyth and Newquay