Wales is the first country in the World to have a path going the whole way around it, and you’ll find some of the most spectacular scenery along the Cardigan Bay Coastline, and through Tywyn. The Tywyn to Aberdyfi stretch may only be 4 miles long, but you’ll get to explore 4 miles of one of Wales’s top blue flag beaches.
You won’t need a map to follow the Coastal Path through Tywyn (although you can buy one here if you want one) – all you’ll need to do is follow the Wales Coastal Path signs. If you’re walking through Tywyn at low tide, you’ll be able to walk the vast majority of the route right on the beach, and maybe even explore the historical peat diggings too!
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North of Tywyn you’ll get to walk over the brand new Tonfanau Bridge over the Dysynni Estuary. This was built specially for the for the Wales Coastal Path, and is a great link between Tywyn and Tonfanau to the South.