Characterised by high cliffs and secluded beaches, much of this section is heritage coast. The waterfall at Tresaith beach (left) is a particularly unusual feature and was created when glacial activity diverted the river Saith. The first part of the path between Aberporth and Tresaith is wheelchair friendly with an all weather surfaced cliff top path. From Penbryn the path involves a number of steep ascents and is considered one of the toughest sections of the coast path. Penbryn beach is about one mile long. There is a National Trust car park with a café and shop about 400 metres from the beach. The large rock at Llangrannog beach is called ‘Carreg Bica’ which legend says was once a giants tooth.