Destination: Cardigan Bay
Coastal region with rich heritage, wildlife and fishing!
Cardigan Bay Tours with Great British Trips
Introducing Cardigan Bay
The Cardigan Bay coastline is one of Britain's most diverse areas for marine wildlife. It is home to a pod of over 100 bottlenose dolphins as well as porpoises and grey seals. You can enjoy Eco-friendly boat trips out to see the wildlife from New Quay. Picturesque Aberaeron with its stone walled harbour is where you can pick up an award winning honey ice cream while viewing the beautiful brightly coloured house facades which line the streets of the town. Further along the coast, hidden coves and sandy beaches offer an escape from the crowds. You can get great food at the Harbourmaster Restaurant. Further inland small villages and market towns nestle in the hills and valleys. There are also several nature reserves, home to rare species of flora and fauna. There are plenty of walking trails and a 35 km mountain biking trail in the Cambrian Mountains for the more adventurous!
Want to visit Cardigan Bay?
Time to spend here: 4 hours - full day
More Information: www.visitcardigan.com
What's nearby? Welsh central Coast, Pembrokeshire
What transport do you recommend? The town itself can be explored on foot but exploring the surrounding area is best done in a vehicle.
Did you know? The Crown jewels were kept in Aberystwyth during world war 2!