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Cardigan, West Wales, is the gateway to the Teifi Valley and the Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire Coastal Paths. The ancient town sits on the estuary of the River Teifi at the base of Cardigan Bay. Its unspoilt townscape and rich heritage provide a nostalgic backdrop to a thriving culture of arts and crafts, events and music festivals, and is a good base from which to discover Ceredigion, Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire.
Cardigan Bay is home to the sociable bottlenose dolphin the comparatively shy harbour porpoise and over 5000 Atlantic grey seals. Boat trips from New Quay.
Stunning cove beach, perfect and safe for children, fabulous views, dolphin habitat, car park and small cafe.
Cardigan Island, 200 yards offshore, has thousands of nesting seabirds to see, a flock of wild Soay sheep and a colony of grey Atlantic seals breeding in the many caves.
New Quay Honey Farm
Cross Inn, New Quay, Ceredigion, SA44 6NN
The attraction includes a fascinating exhibition showing bees working in a variety of habitats, a shop selling honey produced by the farms hives, mead made on the farm, beeswax products and honey beer and offering mead and honey tastings, a tearoom and a picnic area.
National Wool Museum
Dre-fach Felindre, Nr Newcastle Emlyn, Carmarthenshire, SA44 5UP
Let the story of wool, once the most important industry in Wales, weave its magic in this unique working museum in the Teifi Valley. Loads to see with frequent live demonstrations of carding and weaving.
Welsh Wildlife Centre
Teifi Marshes Nature Reserve, Cilgerran, Cardigan, SA43 2TB
An exceptional nature reserve and visitor centre, alongside the River Teifi. The reserve is open all year where seven different habitats can be discovered along a network of self guided nature trails.
Cardigan, SA43 2SF
National Trust. The 13th century castle is perched overlooking the spectacular Teifi Gorge and has inspired many artists including Turner. It changed hands several times over the following century between English and Welsh forces.
The Ferry Inn
Poppit Road, St Dogmaels, SA43 3LS. Located on the banks of the River Teifi. The views from the pub are outstanding and with extensive outdoor seating it makes it the perfect place to relax and enjoy food and drink. Perfect for dinner, perfect for families.
Begelly, Kilgetty, Pembrokeshire, SA68 0XA
Visit over 750 animals and get up close to furry and feathery farmyard animals in the barn. Fairground with 17 different rides and nine adventure playgrounds. There is plenty for everyone in 120 acres of farm.
A lovely safe beach with rock pools. There is a little shop close to the beach.
Places to go and things to do