Tresaith can be found along the West coast of Wales, a mile to the east of Aberporth, in the county of Ceredigion. The village forms part of the Ceredigion Heritage Coastline, where visitors to the area can take walks and admire the magnificent views of the Irish Sea.
Tresaith translates simply as 'town of seven'. According to some, the village name derives from the legend surrounding seven Irish princesses. The princesses were so rebellious that their father, the king of Ireland, lost patience and cast them out to sea in a boat. The boat eventually washed up at Tresaith and there the seven princesses found seven local Welsh men, married and settled in the village. The less romantic amongst us might say the village name might come from the river Saith, which flows into the sea at Tresaith. ....
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