Set where mountains meet the sea, Barmouth is steeped in history

Visit Barmouth, where rugged coastline meets quaint charm. Nestled on the stunning shores of Cardigan Bay, Barmouth welcomes all with its panoramic views, golden sands, and rich maritime heritage. 

Explore this gem of North Wales, renowned for its bustling harbour, historic streets and vibrant local culture. Whether you seek exhilarating outdoor adventures along the Wales Coast Path or a stroll past charming boutiques and cafes, Barmouth offers something for every traveller. Immerse yourself in the beauty and character of this coastal haven, where relaxation and adventure converge in perfect harmony.


Travelling to Barmouth by train

Visiting Barmouth by train is easy. It’s on the Cambrian line with passenger services to Harlech, Porthmadog, Pwllheli, Tywyn, Aberdovey, Machynlleth and Shrewsbury.  

Did you know that Barmouth station is a listed building?

Here are some of our most popular routes to Barmouth via train:


Why visit Barmouth?

Barmouth is a great destination whether you want to embark on exhilarating hike amidst Snowdonia's peaks or bask in the serenity of its sandy shores. Dive into a world of watersports, indulge in fresh seafood delights and immerse yourself in the warmth of local hospitality. Discover all the things to do in Barmouth that await you.