Walking the Ceredigion Coast Path
The Ceredigion Coast Path is an airy walking holiday following 60 miles of Cardigan Bay, one of the most scenic coastal areas of Wales, and an area rich in Welsh language and culture.
Your walking holiday takes you along Heritage and National Trust-owned coastline, and gazing over Britain’s first Marine Heritage Coast. The area is renowned for bottlenose dolphins, seals and porpoise, while sections of Cardigan Bay have been designated as a Special Area of Conservation, for it’s important flourishing wildlife.
You will pass resorts with award-winning beaches, scenic National Trust properties, New Quay and nearby Cei Bach where Dylan Thomas lived and wrote. At Aberaeron over a quarter of the houses are ‘listed buildings’, acknowledged as having architectural or historic significance , while the University town of Aberystwyth is home of the National Library of Wales.
At New Quay, there is the option of an extra day or so spent walking the Dylan Thomas Trail which starts from the harbour.
The Ceredigion Coast Path also links two of Wales’s National Trails. The 60 mile coastpath continues northward from Cardigan from it’s junction with the Pembrokeshire Coast Path and links with the Dyfi Estuary National Nature Reserve at Ynyslas, a few steps from Glyndwr’s Way
Our team would be delighted to talk to you about an itinerary for a walking holiday on the Ceredigion Coast Path.
Celtic Trails has 20 years’ experience providing tailored, quality itineraries for walkers who appreciate good service, comfort and organisation.