Visit Cardigan Bay

Cardigan Bay

Cardigan Bay, or Bae Ceredigion in Welsh, is the large inlet along the Mid Wales coastline boasting some of the best beaches and seaside resorts in Wales including, Aberystwyth, Barmouth, Harlech and many more. Stretching from Pembrokeshire to the Llyn Peninsula, there is so much to see and do along this stunning location.

Harlech Beach

Harlech Beach

Harlech beach, just a short walk from Llandanwg Holiday Park, is a large, family friendly yet serene seaside resort. This quiet beach overlooks the stunning views of the shoreline and it’s known for being one of the best places to spot dolphins, you can increase your chances of glimpsing their beauty by taking a dolphin spotting boat trip.


Cardigan Bay has even more to offer than beach days out. Whether you are an avid hiker or you simply enjoy a scenic stroll, there is a walking trail for everyone along the Ceredigion Coast Path. You can enjoy varied landscape along this 60-mile path, bask in breath-taking views of Snowdonia to the East and soak up the idyllic Cardigan Bay coastline to the West.

Walking Cardigan Bay


Cardigan Castle is a majestic site. A medieval fortification with grade 11 listed gardens, this is stunning location for those who want to explore the many Welsh castles. Take up the offering of a tour guide and learn about the 900-year history deep within its medieval walls! As well as exploring the story of Cardigan Castle, there are exciting exhibitions throughout the year to get stuck into.

Cardigan Castle