The recently opened Ceredigion Coastal Path offers magnificent views across Cardigan Bay. There are numerous other inland walks available on footpaths. Click on the photo for more information.Places to Visit
There are many places of interest to visit in West Wales. There are commercial attractions, nature reserves, beaches, market towns, museums and much more. Click on the photo for more information.Fishing
Not only does West Wales have excellent sea fishing for Mackerel and Sea Bass, but rivers with Salmon and Sea Trout and also commercial fisheries with Carp, other coarse fish and Rainbow Trout. Click on the photo for more information.Horse Riding
There are several stables in the area where horses can be ridden and where pony trekking can be planned. Click on the photo for more information.Golf in Ceredigion
A number of 9 and 18 hole courses - links, championship and parkland courses - some with magnificent sea views are open to visitors to West Wales. Click on the photo for more information.Watersports
All types of watersports are available in this popular holiday destination. You can bring your own canoe, kayak, windsurfing board, surf board, dinghy, fishing or sailing boat, or rent one from a number of commercial operators. Click on the photo for more information.Visiting Beaches
The Cardigan Bay coast of Ceredigion (Cardiganshire) has many safe, sandy beaches, from small rocky coves like Llangrannog and Cwmtydu to long sandy beaches like Poppit sands and Traethgwyn at New Quay. Click on the photo for a selection of the best beaches in West Wales.Cycling
Ceredigion has designated cycle routes throughout the county. More information is available on the Ceredigion Council website. There are also challenging mountain biking trails at Bwlch Nant-yr-Arian near Aberystwyth where Red Kites are fed every afternoon throughout the year. Click on the photo for more information.