A delightful coastal town with that traditional seaside feel which appeals to all generations that return year after year. The area is surrounded by the famous Snowdonia National Park which is renowned for its natural beauty, with Tal-y-llyn Lake, Dovey Estuary, Bird Rock and Cader Idris nearby.
Tywyn beach is safe and friendly, which is ideal for swimming and sunbathing. From the recently renovated promenade which stretches the whole length of the seafront, you can see the whole of Cardigan Bay - from Aberystwyth to the south, to the Llyn Peninsular to the north, with Bardsey Island off it's point. You can see the dolphins swimming in the sea daily from March to October.
The seafront consists of a family amusement arcade - The Buccaneer Arcade, a delicious burger bar, the Slipway public house, along with a few other shops. There is also a recreation ground where you will find putting, bowls, tennis courts as well as a children's play park with tea room. You can walk the 3 mile stretch of beach to the pretty fishing village of Aberdyfi, or cycle along the coastal road.