From blue flag beaches to golf courses, woodland walks and the magnificent Ceredigion Coast Path, this area of west Wales has attractions for the whole family.
Canoeing, dinghy sailing, yacht cruising, power boating, windsurfing and kayaking are all available locally
Water Sports Centre New Quay
Cardigan Bay Watersports operates from its purpose built centre overlooking the beach, below the town of New Quay and its variety of amenities
The beaches on the Cardigan Bay coast are clean and child friendly. There is a lovely cycle track from Aberaeron to Llanerchaeron, and further afield a number of attractions for children.
From golf to The Honey Farm, this area has a wide range of attractions, and is a fantastic base for walking the coast path or the beautiful countryside.
Restaurants and Pubs We Recommend
West Wales has a good selection of Restaurants, here are just a few we are happy to recommend
- Harbourmaster Restaurant Aberaeron
The harbourside restaurant and bar serve the best of local produce at breakfast, lunch and dinner. They have been included in the Good Food Guide since we established in 2002.
- New Inn
Good Sunday carvery
- Pentre Arms – Llangrannog
Choose off the menu or daily specials board from an excellent variety of dishes to suit all tastes
- Ship Inn – Tresaith
We are always updating our menu to ensure it reflects the season – delivering you the freshest dishes possible. Our focus remains on seafood due to the wide array of fresh, local produce available to u
- The Hungry Trout Restaurant New Quay
Situated just yards from New Quay’s picturesque sea front, The Hungry Trout is a regionally renowned seafood restaurant; specialising in locally caught fish from around Cardigan Bay. With a warm, inviting atmosphere and an outside terrace with commandin
- Ty Mawr Restaurant Cilcennin
The AA, 2 Rosette Award Winning Restaurant at Ty Mawr sources over 90% of the seasonal produce used in the kitchens from within a ten-mile radius