WONDERFUL WEST WALES
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Though very unspoilt, there are a wealth of adventures to be had in West Wales and contrary to belief it doesn't rain more here than many other parts of the UK (people seem to think all of Wales is like mountainous Brecon Brecons or Snowdonia)! We have spent the last few years exploring far and wide to pack our welcome folders with places to visit and things to do, come rain or shine, so you don't spend your precious holiday time researching things to do.
In our area of the world you'll discover activities of every kind from coasteering to distillery trips; dolphin watching boat trips to dry-slope skiing; or simply pottering around pretty towns such as Aberaeron and New Quay, and Local Producers Markets, like St Dogmaels which has been voted one of the world's most picturesque markets by Waitrose magazine.
Visit heritage sites like Llanerchaeron and Cardigan Castle or beautiful gardens such as Cae Hir and Norwood.
If you're craving all things relaxing we can recommend local places for eating, drinking, listening to music, laid-back walks, beauty treatments and massages.
Not forgetting one of the best reasons to visit Cardigan Bay, we've got a dozen beaches to explore within a 30 minute drive: beaches for families, surfing, canoeing, sailing, walking, relaxing, barbequing, crabbing, swimming and generally running wild. Five beaches are Blue Flag! Check them out here: http://www.discoverceredigion.co.uk/…/be…/Pages/beaches.aspx
A good site for exploring Cardigan Bay (the coastal aspect of Ceredigion) is:
CLICK ON THE PICTURES BELOW FOR PLACES TO GO AND THINGS TO DO