The shoreline consists of generally steep storm beaches of pebbles, although fine sand is visible at low tide levels. Aberaeron south beach was awarded the Blue Flag rural beach award in 2005.
The town is notable for the sale of honey and especially honey ice-cream and more recently honey mustard.
70% of Aberaeron's inhabitants are able to speak Welsh according to the 2001 census.
A life-sized statue of a Welsh cob stallion was donated to the town in 2005 by the Aberaeron Festival of Welsh Ponies and Cobs to denote the area as Welsh Cob country. It was created by sculptor David Mayer.
Whether it is the wonderful sea air or the unique and friendly atmosphere, Aeron Coast has developed a reputation as a perfect tonic for those who wish to recharge and relax while having available a full range of high quality facilities.
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Celaeron caravan site has electric hook ups for 6 units but we can cater for upto 25. Ideal for camping too, we are open from Easter to the end of October. There are excellent toilet and shower facilities which can cater for our less-abled visitors too.
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Set in unspoilt surroundings, Cwmsaeson Caravan Park is situated on the outskirts of the rural hamlet of Derwen-Gam (Oakford). This quiet, friendly, family owned site overlooks open countryside with distant panoramic views of the sea and the horizon.
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