Cwmtydu is a small village situated on the Cardigan Bay coastline, between Llangrannog and New Quay, in Ceredigion, Wales.
Cwmtydu Bay is very prettily set with a quiet beach and natural harbour that was once a traditional smugglers' hideaway. The caves and rocks are known locally as 'Seals Bay', and the seals and their pups can often be seen on the rocks resting between their feeding excursions.
Cwmtydu's pebble beach has rock pools and excellent angling opportunities with fishing for huss, dabs, dogfish, bass, codling, flounder, plaice, wrasse, gurnards and tope.
Sianti Sion, a small café and takeaway, and Tafarn Tydu, a free house and licensed restaurant will satisfy all your holiday needs from ice creams, sandwiches, refreshing drinks and home made cakes - and all just a hundred yards from the beach.
Walkers will be spoilt for choice at this point on the Cardigan Bay coastline with a myriad of trails and rights of way criss-crossing the rolling landscape, and of course the mother of all paths the All Wales Coastal Path cuts right through the village on its way between the north and south coasts of Wales.