Ceredigion-West Wales is a wonderful part of the United Kingdom to visit and Treasure Trails can make that visit unique with a themed walk that gets you out and about exploring in a fun and creative way. Themed trails offer present excellent value for money providing half a day's entertainment for the whole family. At the end of the Trail if you submit your answer to our website there is a chance to win a cash prize at the end of the year.
Each of the four counties has something different to offer.
Pembrokeshire: The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park runs for nearly 260 miles through stunning scenery, glorious beaches and windy headlands.
Carmarthenshire: Carmarthenshire is known as the ‘Garden of Wales’ and as well as having lovely rolling hills is home to legends of King Arthur and Merlin.
Ceredigion: Cardigan Bay is famous for its sightings of dolphins and whales.
Swansea: If it’s nightlife and entertainment that you want, head south to vibrant Swansea.
Our themed Trails are a fun, healthy, educational, outdoor activity written for the whole family. With Treasure Trails you can get out and about to explore. Solve a Murder Mystery, find the location of the treasure in a Treasure Hunt, or crack the code in one of our Spy Trails.
Trails are available for the following areas:
Aberystwyth, Aberaeron, New Quay, Lampeter, Newcastle Emlyn, Cardigan, Newport, Fishguard, St Davids, Tenby Pembroke, Llandeilo and Llandovery.
Can you solve the Mystery in Aberystyth?
Police have been called to investigate the murder of the potty Professor. From an innocent looking accident in his laboratory it appears all is not what it seems. Suspicious lethal liquids have been found in test tubes and beakers that should have contained plain coloured water. If you can help to solve the murder and with what weapon they did it, you could be in line to win a cash prize!
The Aberystwyth Murder Mystery Trail is 2 miles long and will take approximately 2 hours. The Trail starts and returns to the pier on the sea front.
Part of the Trail takes you to the castle remains and war memorial. Whilst the direct route is via a flight of steps, there is an alternate route for pushchairs and wheelchairs.