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6 Days 5 Nights
Be Active
1 Independent - Walking
From $1,540pp

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The Ceredigion Coast Path follows the spectacular and varied coastline of Cardigan Bay on the west coast of Wales. Stunning scenery, picturesque villages and a wealth of wildlife make for a fabulous few days of walking. Discover the area’s rich history, from iron-age hill forts, to medieval fish traps and 19th century harbours. At the end of a day’s walking, dine on delicious local food and sink into a cosy bed in our favourite hotels and guesthouses, hand-picked by our team for their quality and charm of course.

Difficulty: 52km | Difficulty: Not So Gentle

Dramatic Landscapes of the Ceredigion Coast

On arrival at Carmathen station, which is only a 4 ½ hr train journey from London’s Paddington station, you will be transferred to your hotel in the centre of the market town of Cardigan, known for its well-preserved Victorian High Street which is full of interesting shops to browse.

The next four days you will follow the Ceredigion coast that begins from Cardigan and finishes at Aberaeron taking in some very remote, but idyllic sections of the coast.

Sheltered Sandy Beach of Llangrannog

On the second night you will stay at Aberporth, a small village known for its two fabulous sandy beaches sandwiched between rocky headlands.  The next day the path leads to Llangrannog, characterised by high cliffs and secluded beaches, and although this part of the Heritage coast has some hard, steep walking, the distance today is not too far, and you will be rewarded with some unusual scenery.

The waterfall at Tresaith beach created by glacial activity is well worth stopping for.  The small village of Llangrannog is located at the end of a narrow winding road and is much loved for its sandy beach.

Charming Georgian Aberaeron

The fourth day is arguably the most spectacular part of the coastal path with fantastic folded rock formations with the day ending in New Quay, a pretty seaside resort and a well-known location as it is where Dylan Thomas wrote “Under Milk Wood”.

The final day follows a popular stretch which provides cliff top views and gentle walking to the picturesque harbour town in Aberaeron. With its wonderful Georgian terrace houses, it makes for a fine end to your walking holiday.


5 nights' accommodation in 4 star hotels|B+B's, breakfast, luggage transfers between hotels, emergency call-out service, route directions + maps, transfers where specified in itinerary.

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