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Ceredigion’s coast stretches along Cardigan Bay from Borth to Cardigan. West-facing, the coast has a hinterland of narrow winding lanes and small villages making it remote from the rest of the country. Here there are no motorways, no airports, and few trains.

The town of Cardigan is at the mouth of the River Teifi. Its 12th Century castle was the site of the first Eisteddfod in 1176, sponsored by the Welsh prince Lord Rhys (Rhys ap Gruffudd). The river bridge is said to date from 1136, and the town’s charter was granted in 1284. Aberporth, a little further north, is a popular holiday destination, with two sandy beaches, rock pools and a cliff top walk. Dolphins can sometimes be seen playing in the bay, and there is a dolphin sculpture in the centre of the village.

New Quay is a fishing village of narrow streets built on the hills rising above a picturesque harbour. Tourism has taken over from fishing and shipbuilding and twenty-first century visitors take sea trips from the harbour. Dylan Thomas was a resident here in 1944 and aspects of Llareggub in ’Under Milk Wood’ are reputed to be based on local places. Cardigan Bay Regatta, held each August, has been a feature for over 140 years.

Aberaeron is the seat of Ceredigion County Council and celebrated its bicentenary in 2007. Unusually for this part of Wales, the town features classic Georgian buildings. At the mouth of the Rivers Rheidol and Ystwyth lies the university town of Aberystwyth, home to the National Library of Wales. Set between three hills and two beaches, it has a castle, pier and harbour. It has the longest electric cliff railway in Britain, and from the summit at Constitution Hill, there are wide panoramas of the Welsh coastline from Snowdonia to Pembrokeshire. Another narrow gauge railway follows the Rheidol Valley to Devil’s Bridge.

The village of Borth stands at the end of a long sandy beach with an unusual feature. At low tide, the remains of a submerged forest is visible. Analysis of the tree stumps suggests they are 3500 years old.

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Borth is a village overlooking the Dovey Estuary with a sandy beach, and caravan and camping sites nearby
Aberystwyth is a historic market town, administrative centre and holiday resort within Ceredigion, Wales. Often colloquially known as Aber, it is located at the confluence of the rivers Ystwyth and Rheidol.
Aberaeron is a seaside resort town in Ceredigion, Wales. The architecture of Aberaeron is unusual in this part of rural Wales, being constructed around a principal square of elegant Regency style buildings grouped around the harbour.

New Quay
Of interest to visitors to New Quay are the picturesque harbour and expansive sandy beach, as well as the ability to see the population of bottlenose dolphins that lives in Cardigan Bay.
The picturesque village of Aberporth overlooks two sandy beaches and is one of Ceredigion's favourite holiday destinations. Rock pools are exposed at low tides and the cliff top walks along the Ceredigion Coast offer extensive views.

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