Wanderung durch das Flussmündungsgebiet des Teifi: Von Cardigan nach Cilgerran

Von den beeindruckenden historischen Sehenswürdigkeiten wie den Burgen von Cilgerran und Cardigan bis hin zu einer üppigen Pflanzen- und Tierwelt bietet das Teifi Marschland und der etwa 7 km lange Wanderweg wirklich für jeden etwas.
  • The ruins of St Dogmael's Abbey in Pembrokeshire
    St Dogmael's Abbey, Pembrokeshire

    A spiritual and cultural powerhouse for 400 years, and home to the Tironensian Order of monks, St Dogmael's Abbey is a must for your visit to Cardigan. Founded in 1113, it had great wealth through the patronage of Baron Robert Fitzmartin and was famed for its magnificent library. Stroll around the Abbey for free and soak up the calming atmosphere. Visit the Coach House Museum to admire the carved stones and enjoy a cuppa in the cafe.

  • Cardigan Castle, the site of the first Eisteddfod in Wales in 1176, is currently having a makeover and is closed to the public; however you can walk around Cardigan and admire it from afar. When you consider the age of the castle; it’s not surprising it needs a bit of renovating. Surprisingly the castle walls hid a 19th century house called Castle Green House for a number of years. From Spring 2014 you can experience sleeping there.

  • A pair of water buffalo grazing at the Welsh Wildlife Centre, Cilgerran in Pembrokeshire
    Water Buffalo at the Welsh Wildlife Centre, Pembrokeshire erstellt von SiouxieSue

    Teifi Marshes ist Teil eines der größten Sumpfschilfrohrgebiete in Wales und ein Paradies für Flora und Fauna. Halten Sie nach Ottern, Eisvögeln, Kornweihen und Brachvögeln Ausschau, die im Mündungsgebiet nach Futter suchen. Das Welsh Wildlife Centre ist der perfekte Ort zum beobachten von Wasserbüffeln, Fischadlern und Libellen. Dort können Sie sogar Ferngläser ausleihen, um die faszinierenden Tierarten besonders nah erleben zu können. Sind Sie mit einem Kinderwagen oder Rollstuhl unterwegs? Dann sind die speziell erbauten, barrierefreien Wege genau das Richtige für Sie.

  • Welsh Wildlife Centre
    Welsh Wildlife Centre

    Seek out a local pub or tea shop in Cardigan or Cilgerran or visit the aptly named Glasshouse Cafe at the Welsh Wildlife Centre for a stunning panoramic view of the Teifi Marshes. Cardigan has a daily market and a farmers market every second Thursday in Pwllhai, where you can buy fresh local produce. In the summer, the Guildhall hosts a local craft market as well. Wherever you stop you will find a friendly welcome and great food.

  • View across the outer ward to the towers of Cilgerran Castle in Pembrokeshire
    Cilgerran Castle, Pembrokeshire

    Cilgerran Castle is a great stopping off point along your walk and is dog friendly, as long as you keep it on a lead. Standing on a high crag above the gorge it was the perfect location to ward off attacks from marauders. Walk the walls, explore the 13th century medieval structure and admire the views along the Teifi Estuary before heading back to Cardigan.

  • Visitor browsing artifacts and coracles at the National Coracle Centre in Pembrokeshire
    National Coracle CentrePembrokeshire

    Teifi Valley slate can be seen all around this area, including Cilgerran Castle. It has been used since medieval times and shipped down the gorge to be exported around the world until approx 1938. The beautiful gorge is home to a wide array of wildlife and flowers. Following the gorge can be hazardous and slippery, instead why not visit the National Coracle Centre in Newcastle Emlyn to experience it or take a trip on an open canoe.  

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