A nature lovers’ paradise, with fabulous beaches and spectacular coastal scenery, the long sweep of Cardigan Bay is the ultimate attraction for anyone staying at our holiday parks in Ceredigion. Bottlenose dolphins, the Bay’s most notable residents, are regularly sighted offshore. Take a wildlife boat trip from New Quay and you’ll almost certainly spot grey seals and porpoises as well – an unforgettable highlight of caravan holidays in Ceredigion.
With Red kites soaring above and glorious views at every turn, walkers and bird watchers staying at our holiday parks in Ceredigion will be drawn to the coastal path, but there are charming seaside towns to explore too. Aberystwyth is a place of proud records. Not only does it boast a fine Victorian promenade and the longest cliff railway in the world, but also, at its summit, the world’s largest camera obscura. While here, be sure to take a scenic ride on the Rheidol narrow gauge steam railway to Devil’s Bridge and you’ll find the famous Mynach Falls and Jacob’s Ladder within walking distance. Aberaeron’s Georgian harbour and gaily painted houses are a delight and Cardigan is home to a superb indoor market for local produce and crafts.