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New Quay Honey Farm
Gerald & Mariana Cooper established their hives at New Quay, West Wales in 1985, and soon discovered that their hobby was producing the best honey they had ever tasted. A passion for the highest quality standards and a desire to share this natural taste with a wider public led to the establishment of the now famous Honey Farm.
New Quay Boat Trips
Enjoy the spectacular and breathtaking sea views of the Ceredigion Marine Heritage Coast aboard one of the spectacular passenger vessels. New Quay Boat Trips can offer you a 20 minute, one hour or two hour coastal cruise along the unspoilt coast giving you an increased chance of encountering the wildlife around Cardigan Bay.
The beautiful little cove of Llangrannog is 8 miles along the coast from New Quay towards Aberporth. With it's two lovely sandy beach's it is an ideal place for a family day out. Swimming is safe from the main beach, the other beach which is around the headland can be reached via a footpath from the road.
Coastal Voyages, Aberaeron
Explore the inshore waters of Cardigan Bay from the catamaran Atlantic Leopard, and see the Cardigan Bay wildlife and rugged coastline at its most stunning.
Vale of Rheidol Railway
The VoR Railway runs for 11¾ miles from Aberystwyth to Devil's Bridge. The terminus is adjacent to the national network station at Aberystwyth, and on the hour-long journey passengers have spectacular views of the wooded Rheidol Valley - views unseen for decades until the VoRR began its renovation programme ten years ago.
Cwmtydu was once a smugglers cove and is nestled into the coastline 4 miles south of New Quay, part of the Ceredigion Heritage Coast. The beach is of stone and sand with rocks either side, you can swim in this area but with caution. The Atlantic Grey Seals can sometimes be seen with their pups in amongst the rocks, these should not be approached at any time.
Cardigan Island Coastal Farm Park
An unique farm park located on a scenic headland over-looking the nature reserve of Cardigan Island, just 200yards off-shore. A colony of Atlantic grey seals breed in the caves below the farm park and can be viewed most days. Cardigan Bay bottlenose dolphins visit these waters regularly. They can be seen from the safely-fenced cliff-tops of the farm park on regular occasions leaping high out of the water.
National Showcaves Centre for Wales
Open 7 days a week from April 1st (or Easter) until October 31st, located between Swansea and Brecon. Attractions include Dan-yr-Ogof, The Iron Age Village, Cathedral Cave, Dinosaurs, Bone Cave, Museum, Stone Circles, Shirehorse Centre, Farm, Barney's Playbarn.
Poppit Sands, Cardigan
Poppit is the most northerly beach within the National Park. The Pembrokeshire Coast Path starts (or finishes, depending on your direction) just down the road at St Dogmaels, though many walkers pick up the path at Poppit. There are good views across the Teifi estuary and you may see bottle-nosed dolphins offshore
Cilgerran Castle
Situated 3 miles south of Cardigan, the castle stands on a precipitous, craggy promontory overlooking the river Teifi where it merges with the Plysgog stream. The Teifi here is just at its tidal limit, so the castle was able to control both a natural crossing point and the passage of seagoing ships.
Felinwynt Rainforest and Butterfly Centre, Aberporth
A tropical house where visitors can wander amid exotic plants and butterflies. There's a tropical tea room, wildlife shop and rainforest exhibition. Open April 'til September.
Aberaeron, just four miles north of New Quay and once a busy little harbour town. With its Georgian and picturesque appearance it's now a tourist attraction with its small shops and craft centre selling local produce. The harbour today has good launching and mooring facilities for small craft and visiting boats.
Welsh Wildlife Centre, Cilgerran, near Cardigan
Nearly 270 acres of nature reserve, dominated by the marsh and reedbeds on one side and on the other the beautiful Teifi river winding through a gorge carved by the meltwaters of a great Ice Age glacier. Look out too for the "Nuthatch", the reserve restaurant, over the second largest reedbed in Wales, domain of the graceful otter, the elusive Cetti's warbler and a haunt of a wide variety of waterbirds.
Mwnt Beach, near Cardigan
With its safe sandy beach the little cove of Mwnt is ideal for the children to swim and play. Access to the beach is via steps, a small cafe and shop is open throughout the summer season. The area around Mwnt is National Trust with ample car parking.
Pembrokeshire Coastal Path
Cardigan is the main Town at the northern end of the Pembrokeshire coastal path. There is a regular bus service from Finch Square to the start of the walk at Poppit Sands. It is also the southern start of the planned Cardiganshire / Ceredigion Coastal path. Many sections are already open and the walk from Cardigan to Mwnt can be made into a circular walk, Soon you will be able to walk the whole of Cardigan Bay!
Castell Henllys, Meline, near Crymych
Castell Henllys is a Scheduled Ancient Monument and one of many prehistoric promontory forts in the National Park dating to around 600BC. Archaeologists have been excavating here for over twenty years and thatched Iron Age buildings have been reconstructed on their original foundations.
Tresaith is just 2 miles north of Aberporth. This delightful little beach has only a few amenities, a cafe and public house. Car parking is very you have to get there early, other car parking is available at the top of the hill. The beach is of sand and plenty of it and swimming is safe. At the Beachcomber Cafe you can get hot and cold drinks and light snack's, wet suits, bucket & spades etc.
Oakwood Theme Park, Narbeth, Pembrokeshire
Oakwood has over 40 rides & attractions set in 80 acres of beautiful Pembrokeshire countryside.
Aberporth is another quaint delightful little resort along the Ceredigion Marine Heritage Coast, 10 miles south of New Quay. With its two safe sandy beaches - rock pools and small stream that runs out onto the beach this is an ideal place to let the children venture. Above the beach you find a small cafe that overlooks Cardigan Bay serving hot and cold snacks - or you can have a pint from the friendly pub next door.
Cardigan Golf Club

The club celebrated its centenary in 1995 and, from modest beginnings, has evolved into a fine championship course. A testament to its current standing is that it has hosted recent Welsh Golfing Union championships as well as international matches. Cardigan Golf Club prides itself on welcoming visiting golfers and societies every day of the week by prior arrangement.

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