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The popular beach of perfect sand and the occasional sand dune extends for miles, from Aberdyfi all the way to Tywyn.
The large sweep of the pebbled Tanybwlch beach is to the south of the harbour at Aberystwyth.
The award winning Aberystwyth Arts Centre is Wales’ largest arts centre and facilities includes the Great Hall, Theatre, Galleries, Cinema, Craftshop, Bookshop, Workshop spaces, Pottery, Restaurant, Cafe and Bars.
The first true castle built at Aberystwyth was erected about a mile south of the current site by Gilbert de Clare circa 1110, and was variously called Castell Tan-y-castell, Aberrheidol Castle and Old Aberystwyth, among others.
The Aberystwyth Electric Cliff Railway is the longest in Britain and the only one in Wales. Its 778 feet undulating track and tilted carriages are the unique work of Victorian engineer G. Croyden Marks.
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.
Aberystwyth's Blue Flag North Beach and seafront is a focal point of the town and a favourite attraction for visitors and locals alike.
The Aberystwyth Pier at the southern end of the North Beach in the centre of the promenade was the first to open in Wales in 1865.
Quieter than the town's North Beach, Aberystwyth's long South Beach is sandwiched between the town's castle and the harbour breakwater.
The local Tourist Information Centre provides information on attractions, activities and events in the area as well as offering advice and help on booking accommodation.
Part of 'Spirit of the Miners' Walks
The spectacular landscapes of Ceredigion have a 4000 year legacy of man's quest for minerals. Since the Bronze Age, copper, silver, lead and zinc have been mined in the hills of Mid Wales.
Borth's sandy beach is the longest in Ceredigion. With three miles of gently shelving golden sand this Blue Flag Beach is especially popular with families with younger children and sailboard enthusiasts.
Start: Borth High Street
Grid Reference: SN 608 901
Distance: Walk A: 4.4 km – 2.7 miles
Walk B: 10.7 km – 6.6 miles
Terrain: Roads, firm tracks, sand and shingle
Maps: OS Explorer – OL 23 & 213
A linear walk of 6.5km (4 mile) that should take 1.5 to 2 hours. The route involves level walking at the edge of the Dyfi Estuary rising over gentle hills and pasture to woodland trails descending to the village of Talybont.
The Cambrian Line runs cross-country from Shrewsbury through a varied rural landscape, beginning in the gentle, rolling borderlands of the Mid Wales Marches, through the Cambrian Mountains and on to the Cardigan Bay Coast.
Canolfan Arad Goch is a flexible building with spaces for all sorts of activities, including birthday parties, meetings, performances, exhibitions, gigs, conferences, piano lessons, weddings and special occassions.
The Owain Glyndwr Centre is built on the site of the famous parliament held in 1404 at which Owain was crowned Prince of Wales. The Centre hosts a new interactive and informative exhibition on the life, times and vision of Owain Glyndwr.
Distinctive remains of a native Welsh castle, probably begun by Prince Llywelyn ab Iorwerth ('the Great') around 1221.
Cefn Caer was an important centre of bardic patronage. Cefn Caer would have been home to Owain Glyndwr during the time the Pennal Policy was drawn up.