The West Wales coastline surprises first time visitors as it provides such a wide variety of features from clean sandy beaches, rugged cliff faces to secluded coves with rock pools and caves.
The coastal footpaths are ideal for the casual walk or the adventurous hike and offer spectacular views along the Cardigan Bay coastline through to the distant Snowdonia Mountains of North Wales.
Cardigan Bay is famous for its resident dolphins and the grey seals that populate the cliff edges. The sunsets are often spectacular as the setting sun is seen to its very end where it finally dips over the distant horizon.
The local area is full of attractions so that you can obtain that true West Wales flavour. Visit working farms, woolen and flour mills, cheese making displays, the local chocolate factory, steam railways; in fact the list goes on and on.
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