Enjoy the Landscape around Cardigan

Cilgerran GorgeThere is plenty do for all ages. The area is difficult to match for its range of coastal and inland walks, cycling, fishing, and coastal based activities from lazing on our unspoilt beaches to trying your hand at Sea Kayaking and Coasteering.

Cardigan, Cilgerran, Llandysul and Pont Tyweli, New Quay, Newport and St. Dogmaels all Welcome Walkers.

Natural Beauty of Cardigan and Teifi Valley

Cardigan is surrounded by sea and landscapes of great beauty and outstanding environmental quality. The town is centrally placed to enjoy the fabulous Heritage Coast line of Cardigan Bay stretching north into Ceredigion and south into Pembrokeshire.

Here there are miles of tranquil, unspoilt coastline with secluded sandy coves, award winning accessible beaches, towering cliffs garlanded with flowers in early summer, and islands set like jewels in clear waters where dolphins, porpoises and seals abound.

Inland the stunning landscape of the deeply wooded Teifi Valley is home to an abundance of wildlife including otters and is an anglers paradise, ranked as the best sea trout river in Europe.

There is also plenty of scope for photography – stunning land and seascapes, heaps of wild flowers, fascinating geology, built heritage, wildlife, glorious sunsets. If you are thinking of getting married here or confirming a partnership you can find some interesting backdrops for your photographs.

Click here to see the beaches of Cardigan Bay

Click here for information on bird watching around Cardigan

The Teifi River Trail is a great way to discover the wildlife of Cardigan

Click here for information on walking around Cardigan