There are many compelling reasons to visit. It’s surely one of Britain’s prettiest little seaside resorts. Located where the River Dyfi meets the waters of Cardigan Bay, it’s also a popular sailing and watersports venue (The Sunday Times listed it as one of the best beaches in Britain ‘for a spot of windsurfing or kitesurfing’). Pastel-coloured terraces front the large sandy beach and quaint old harbour. Golf is also popular here where Aberdyfi’s famous links course is one of the UK’s finest. Local museum is dedicated to the port’s shipbuilding past.

You can also explore the Dyfi Biosphere by walking the four and a half mile circular route around Aberdyfi. If you're travelling on public transport then this route is ideal as you can easily find the starting point from the train station or bus stop.

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