More to do in Ceredigion
Ceredigion's 60 mile long coast can be explored along one of the most varied sections of the Wales Coast Path, and there are trails and footpaths along river valleys, woodlands and moorland ridges to enjoy too. Discover Ceredigion's towns and villages on town trails, and follow in the footsteps of poets, pioneers and pilgrims, from Dylan Thomas to Saint David.
Book a round of golf, spend a few hours fishing, on the banks of a river or lake, or from a boat with a local expert who knows where and when to find mackerel, crabs and other fish are!
Go pony trekking or have a day out at the races or a horse festival. Bring or hire a bike to enjoy waymarked cycle routes or to tackle the mountain bike trails at Bwlch Nant yr Arian. Enjoy watersports with your own or locally hired equipment, or let the experts show you and your family how to make the most of our surf, rapids and landscape.
Organise a picnic, head out along our country lanes to discover the people and places that make the story of Ceredigion a tale of celebrated heroes, rebels, princes, enterprise and industry.
Discover Ceredigion's wildlife in their natural habitats - there are woodland, wetland, mountain and marine nature reseves to explore, guided walks, woodland and beach actvities for the whole family, and train and boat trips that can show you the best of Ceredigion's coast and countryside.
Don't forget that our Tourist Information Centre staff can also help you with ideas on things to do in Ceredigion.