Award-winning beaches and iconic harbours make the Ceredigion coast a beautiful place to visit – look carefully, and you may spot dophins or seals. This region inspired Dylan Thomas to write some of his finest poetry. It’s framed by the Cambrian Mountains, the backbone of Wales, rich in wildlife, legends and intriguing landscapes.

Visit the official regional website for more information: discoverceredigion.co.uk

Two canoes white water rafting on the river.

Shores of the River Teifi

Things to see, eat, drink and do along the shores of the River Teifi, including Cardigan, Lampeter, St Dogmaels, Cenarth Falls
A close up of a pizza being prepared

Cardigan highlights

Ten utterly wonderful ways to explore Cardigan, situated at the gateway of Teifi Valley, Mid Wales

Hafod Estate, Ceredigion

Adventuring in Aberaeron

Great food, natural wonders, historic landscapes and a proud heritage.

Pod of Bottlenosed Dolphins swimming of the coast of Wales

Cardigan Bay dolphins

The UK’s biggest pod of dolphins lives in Cardigan Bay, where they’re a daily delight for visitors.

Couples walking in Borth

Walk Aberystwyth-Borth

David Atkinson walks the Wales Coast Path along the Ceredigion coast. (5 miles)

Aberystwyth Promenade at night, Ceredigion

Spotlight on Aberystwyth

Aberystwyth is a lively university town with an independent spirit and bags of atmosphere.

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

Walking the Teifi Estuary

The estuary is at the centre of spectacular land and seascapes and links with the Wales Coast Path.