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Llangrannog - Fishing in Wales


Llangrannog has two beaches, separated by a headland, Traeth y Pentref and Cilborth.

Traeth y Pentref is near the village with Cilborth a short distance to the north. There is a flight of steps down to Cilborth beach.

Both are in a small bays, flanked by headlands, and are mainly clean sand with just the odd patch of shingle.

Fish caught include bass, dabs, plaice, turbot, rays, whiting, gurnards, dogfish, flounder, mackerel.

At Brynhoffnant on the A487, take the B4334, signposted “Llangrannog”, which is a narrow road. There is a car park at the top of the Traeth y Pentref, with a short walk to Cilborth. Beware that it is very busy in the tourist season.

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