Ceredigion boasts some of the finest beaches in Britain, all dotted along the UK’s first Marine Heritage Coast.
Cardigan Bay is a special area of conservation famous for its resident population of dolphins and porpoise.
Aberaeron, Cambrian Mountains and beyond
Visit Aberaeron a pretty Georgian resort, famous for its harbour and pretty colour painted houses.
Discover the foothills of the Cambrian Mountains and the lakes of Central Wales. The Brecon Beacons, National Botanic Gardens and Aberglasney, Devils Bridge Waterfalls, take a walk along the trails of Tregaron Nature Reserve, pan for gold and take a tour into the caves at Pumsaint Gold Mines or enjoy a day at the adventure park Folly Farm which are just a few places to visit.
Children love to visit the Honey Farm near Aberaeron, Oakwood Theme Park by Narbeth, Borth Animalarium near Aberystwyth.
Cardiff, the capital city of Wales with its many attractions is within 2 hours drive by car. There are train stations in Carmarthen and Aberystwyth with buses then to Lampeter and Cellan.
For the more energetic there are excellent family and advanced mountain bike cycle tracks at Brechfa Forest in the Cothi Valley, Nant Yr Arian at Ponterwyd near Aberystwyth is the new Welsh MTB centre and has three separate trails with different degrees of difficulty.
There is a cycle path from Aberaeron to Llanacheron running inland along the Aeron Valley and the Cors Caron route explores the Tregaron bog. Quad biking, coasteering, white water canoeing, kayaking, dry ski-slope and boarding, fishing, pony trekking and golf are all within easy driving distance.
Book a tour with Cambrian Safaris in their landrover and discover the wild tranquillity of the Cambrian Mountains with an experienced driver.
We can also arrange the following for you (Contact us in advance):
- Fishing permits on the River Teifi for salmon
- Trout coarse fishing
- Bike Hire
- Pony Trekking
- Boat trips from New Quay to see the dolphins