Some Attractions around Aberporth and Cardigan Bay

Attractions of Cardigan BayIf you should tire of the beaches and the comfort and relaxation of your holiday home, we are on hand to advise on some of the best places to enjoy this unspoiled part of Wales. 

You can canoe along stretches of the River Teifi, through dramatic gorges and alongside flower covered banks. You may be fortunate enough to see otters fishing in the river, but you will have to be very quiet. The country lanes are full of wild flowers and there are many parts of the nearby coast where you can walk to secluded coves and beaches.

The rich local wildlife does not only consist of dolphins. You may also see seals, Red Kites – one of the rarest birds in Britain. They are larger than the buzzard – which you are almost certain to see, and you can distinguish them by their forked tail and ‘fingered’ wing tips.

We hope we have given you a taste of the local attractions.

You can find more attractions and information through the following links.

Links to Attractions around Aberporth Cardigan Bay West Wales

Cardiganshire Coast and Country – What to do and see around Cardigan Bay West Wales

New Quay Boat Trip – Go dolphin spotting from aboard these very safe boats.

Ceredigion Coastal Footpath Ceredigion Coastal Path has been developed to enable walkers to access one of Europe’s most magnificent coastlines.

Welsh Bird of Prey Centre – 90 minute Falconry Walks or half days.

Cardigan Castle

Theatr Mwldan Arts Theatre and Cinema

Aberporth Country Market every Tuesday