Ceredigion has some of the whitest sandy beaches and clean, clear, turquoise sea in the UK, particularly the coast from Aberporth to New Quay. This is largely due to the fact that the Cardigan Bay coast has little or no discharge from industrial plants. This has resulted in the Ceredigion coast being the only permanent summer home for bottle nosed dolphins in the UK
The Ceredigion Coast Path follows a 96 km/60 miles route between the Dyfi and Teifi estuaries. This foot path links the coastal towns & villages along the spectacular scenery of the Cardigan Bay coastline. Seabirds, wild flowers and a wealth of wildlife are sure to delight the walker. The areas rich history, iron-age hill forts to 19 th century harbours are much in evidence.
Nautical pursuits are well catered for with Aberystwyth, Aberaeron, New Quay and Cardigan all offering harbour facilities and launching facilities for smaller craft also being available at a number of coastal villages.
Generally, however, the main activities attracting thousands of visitors to Ceredigion each year, involve angling, walking, golf & cycling.
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