My partner and i went there for a break, planning to stay there for about a week. We ended up staying a couple of days as there was not a lot to do. We'd walked everywhere where there was to walk so returned home, very sunburnt.
It's great fun and exciting. There is fun for all ages and you can relax by the wonderful sea.
Situated in Mid Wales, the coastal town of Borth, Wales, is a popular holiday destination. Around one thousand four hundred people live in the seaside resort, which was formerly a fishing village. The award-winning sandy beach, which is the longest in County Ceredigion, is the main attraction for most tourists and water sports are popular with locals and tourists. Swimming, sailing, surfing, and fishing are the top outdoor activities in the area.
Getting there is very easy -- train and bus services connecting bigger Welsh towns with Borth are available. Borth lies on the road B4353, which is linked with the trunk road A487, which runs up the western side of Wales. The Welsh climate is relatively mild and less rainy compared the north of the United Kingdom. During the peak season in summer, you can expect average daily maximum temperatures between seventeen and nineteen degrees Celsius.
In and around Borth, you'll find mainly holiday apartments, bed-and-breakfast places, smaller hotels and choices for a Borth, Wales hostel. Your hostel in Borth, Wales, is right on the coast, offering a great view on Cardigan Bay. A hostel in Borth, Wales, is considered to be very suitable for school classes, so keep that in mind when you try to book the accommodation, as particularly in summer, the coastal village can be busy.
If you want to go out in the evening, there are several options for dining out and some drinks in the evening. You can chose between classic cafes, more expensive restaurants, and traditional pubs with locals. The prices and the cuisine vary. If you have a car and you are flexible, check out the nearby Centre for Alternative Technology. It is around twenty-five kilometres to the northwest, near the market town of Machynlleth. The centre is open for public seven days a week and explains practical solutions for sustainability. More than seven acres of gardens and informative displays await science enthusiasts. Borth Beach is very family friendly -- the tide goes out long way and the shallow waters allow children to play on the beach and in the water without any greater risk.
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