Things to see and do - Cardigan
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Despite having the remains of a Norman castle, the town is primarily Victorian in character. The fine six-arched town bridge, originally Norman, was rebuilt in 1640. There are fine views from the cliffs, and boat trips as far as the Irish coast. Information is available from the Marine Wildlife Centre, which is devoted to dolphins, seals and other forms of the marine wildlife that thrive here. Children's activities also available.
Tourist attractions Cardigan : Things to see and do
GB - Cardigan SA38 9JL
The Teifi Valley, which stretches over around thirty kilometres, is known for its salmon fishing. The Welsh Wildlife Centre commands views over a nature reserve set in an area of marshland. The romantic ruins of Cilgerran Castle, perching on a promon..
Aberporth GB - Aberporth SA43 2BS
Overlooking the Blue Flag beaches of Aberporth Bay, Penrallt Hotel is an elegant Edwardian mansion with a leisure centre, leafy grounds and an award-winning restaurant. Cardigan is just 5 miles away. The small leisure complex features indoor and out..
Llechryd GB - Cardigan SA43 2QA
Set in a Georgian mansion, Hammet House is a contemporary country house with river frontage and landscaped gardens. It offers many activities, modern fine dining and free Wi-Fi. Cardigan Island Coastal Farm Park, from where seals and dolphins can be..
Cardigan, Gwbert On Sea GB - Cardigan SA43 1PP
This renowned hotel boasts one of the most breathtaking views and marine locations in Wales, overlooking Cardigan Bay, the rugged coastline, the Teifi Estuary and the broad sweep of Poppit Sands. The Cliff Hotel and Spa offers guests luxurious accom..