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Cliff on the Coastal Path from Penbryn to LlangrannogPenbryn Coastal path walk

Saturday 27th April 2024

10am from Llandysul car park to catch minibus to Penbryn.  You will need to book a seat on the minibus.

Dogs are welcome on the walk but not on the minibus. If you want to join us with your dog, please meet us at Penbryn National Trust car park around 10.30am.
(Free car parking for NT members. 
£5 car park charge – correct change needed).

The walk will follow the coastal path to Llangrannog and along the way we are hoping to access the “Secret Beach” for the very able bodied. There is an alternative path for people who don’t want to take that route!
We’ll stop at Llangrannog for around 40 minutes for people to have some lunch (bring your own or there refreshments available at Llangrannog).  We return via the coastal path missing the secret beach. 

The walk will take around 3 hours, and is graded as moderate. There are some steep up and downs on the coastal path and there are stiles.
The walk will take around 3 hours plus 40 minutes stop for lunch.
Cost, including bus £5 per adult (or walk only, £3). Children under 16 free.

Phone Dave: 01559 361537 / 07854493213 To book a place on the bus and for more details about the walk.
Or email: info@dolenteifi.org.uk. 

Sunday 14th July 2024

We will walking and stewarding the Mad Hatters Walk for Parkinson's from Y Porth to Y Porth.  A fun, organised, guided walk in support of Newcastle Emlyn and Tivyside Parkinson's Support Group and Parkinson's UK Cymru.
Madhatters Walk for Parkinsons poster

Dates for Future Walks:

April TBC
May, Saturday 25th - walk tbc
June TBC
August 7th: evening walk TBC
Save the dates the 2024 Llandysul and Pont-Tyweli Walking Weekend : Friday 20th, Saturday 21st, and Sunday 22nd September.

Link to The Countryside Code: advice for countryside visitors


Photos from the October 2022 Pont Alltcafan circular Walk.

Thank you for your support. 



  • If you feel unwell before the walk, do not come.
  • Find out more about COVID-19 on the Public Health Wales website: https://phw.nhs.wales/topics/latest-information-on-novel-coronavirus-covid-19/
  • Walk leaders can refuse to accept any walkers considered to be inadequately equipped.
  • The programme may change in unforeseen circumstances.
  • Participants are advised to arrange their own insurance to cover any loss, damage, accident or injury to people or their property, as Llandysul & Pont-Tyweli Ymlaen cannot accept responsibility.
  • Please carry an “In case of Emergency card” on all walks.

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