A favourite holiday destination, Ceredigion in mid-Wales, is a costal path covering over 60 miles around Cardigan Bay. Along the stunning coast, there are plenty of historical harbours, fabulous beaches and activities that will entertain every family.
Ceredigion is the perfect mixture of coast and countryside. Here, you get the best of both worlds with plenty of things to do for the whole family. Largely unspoilt, the countryside is dotted with family farms while the coast has coves to explore that look like idealised illustrations of pirate bays come to life. They’re all lapped by Cardigan Bay, home to families of dolphins and porpoises. With a bit of luck, you might even spot some while you’re there.
If you’re going out for a day of exploring, don’t miss passing over Devil’s Bridge, something that has been attracting visitors since the 18th century. Or if you’re looking for things to in Ceredigion when it’s raining, head to the Ceredigion Museum that displays old farming and kitchen equipment, and the Cardigan Heritage Centre, which tells the story of the town from Norman times.
From wildlife watching to Cardigan Bay camping, there is plenty to do and see around Ceredigion and Cardigan Bay. Before you plan your next visit, take a look at our handy guides full of fun things to do, places to visit and attractions you don’t want to miss, complete with local, expert information. At Wales.org, we can help you create a trip you won’t soon forget.