Holiday Brochures and Tourist Information for Ceredigion


Ceredigion - Cardigan Bay & Cambrian Mountains

Visit the colourful harbour towns of Aberaeron and New Quay and the lively university town of Aberystwyth. Discover the wide open spaces of the Ceredigion countryside, ride a steam train to Devil’s Bridge or tackle Ceredigion’s coast path. Take a dolphin spotting boat trip, catch a wave (and maybe a mackerel) or simply enjoy some family fun at our Blue Flag beaches.


Ceredigion is a marvellous landscape located on the West coast of Wales. The two main towns along the coast are Aberystwyth and Cardigan, both have long histories as active ports and resorts, surrounded by quaint and fascinating small towns and villages. 

This is an incredible area for exploring nature and losing yourself in the beauty of this coastal escape. Cardigan Bay is the home of the bottlenose dolphin and is so special that most of the coastline is a protected Heritage coast. Footpaths are hedged with masses of wild flowers and you are likely to see foxes and badgers as well as a wide variety of birds including the famed red kite.

The best way to appreciate the natural beauty is to walk or cycle. This unique rural environment offers fabulous walks across the headlands to secret coves rarely visited except by birds and seals. Discover clean, sandy, blue flag beaches with clear waters, caves, waterfalls, wild rugged cliffs and accommodation set in Ceredigion's unspoiled countryside. A true little piece of paradise.

Bitesize Britain allows you to order free holiday brochures featuring Ceredigion tourist information, things to do and see and places to stay – accommodation mostly inspected and graded by the Ceredigion tourist board or similar organisation.