We set off for Aberporth, the tide was in so we couldn't go on the beach there, but there is a pathway along the back of the beach onto the green and from there onto the cliffpath to Tresaith. We cut across the beach at Tresaith and stopped for a cuppa and a bit of stick throwing before making our way round the road to Penbryn as the cliffpath between Tresaith and Penbryn is very steep and slippery after all the rain. I haven't managed to do all of it yet, but I will one day!
Finn found it thirsty work and had a drink from a mini waterfall at the side of the road.
We arrived at Penbryn beach just as it started raining again, but Finn didn't mind and played in the sand while I sat under the cliffs (and my silly hat) and had my lunch.
After lunch we walked along the mile and a half beach before turning for home.
The path goes through woodland which along with the beach (which dogs are only allowed on in the winter) is owned by the National Trust.