Interesting things to do around and about Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire

Things To Do and Places to go

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About 2 miles away from Nineoaks’ is the picturesque fishing village of New Quay, West Wales with stunning sweeping sandy bays, crystal clear waters, and a busy little harbour. From the Harbour Break Water Dolphins and Seals can seen nearly every day. The best times to see them are on the change of the tide, when it changes from high-to-low water or low-to-high water. Close by, in 2005, Hump Backed whales and a large pod of Dolphins estimated at 1000 strong were seen within 100 yards of the shore! Here you can check on activities around and about New Quay.

North Ceredigion

A few miles north of Aberystwyth you will find King Arthurs Labyrinth with a mystical tour through tunnels and caves.

Corris Mine Explorers Step back in time with Corris Mine Explorers in Mid Wales as you explore the workings of an old Welsh Slate Mine. Take a walk through time through the vast underground caverns of the disused mines and way back to 1836 when the mines were first worked. See the machinery and miners’ tools, their candles and even a packet of cigarettes. It feels as if the miners have just gone, with lots of things they left behind and still in place.

Aberystwyth 20 miles north of the Fishery.

20 miles north is the University Town of Aberystwyth with castle, cliffs, huge sandy bays and plenty of shops. Travelling time from the fishery about 25 minutes.

The Rheidol Steam Railway. A narrow guage railway operating from beside the Aberystwyth Main Line Station. The Vale of Rheidol Railway one of the great little trains of Wales, and travels from Aberystwyth to Devil’s Bridge. Some fantastic scenic views.
Devil’s Bridge falls - Famous waterfalls and lots of great walks and 3 bridges, one atop the other! Don’t forget to go “up”, to see the falls, and not just go "down" in to the Gorge.

Aberystwyth’s own Museum and Art Gallery. The museum is a treasure trove and fun to explore the history of Ceredigion.

The Cors Caron Wetland and nature reserve, about an 1/2 hour drive away. Near Tregaron – an important nature reserve, bird watching, walks, and wet land plants.

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The Tyglyn walled garden near Ciliau Aeron – a secret garden, peaceful and refreshing - good playground too! About 10 minutes away.

Overlooking Cardigan Bay at Llanon (30 minutes away) is the International Welsh Cob Center "Derwen Stud". Home of fine equine horses cobs, the most beautiful and versatile horse in the world.

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New Quay

A view of New Quay's HarbourThe New Quay boat trips A view of New Quay Bay Scenic boat trips around New Quay Bay and along the cliff sides to see Seals, Dolphins and a myriad of different Sea Birds.

A view of the beautiful Llangranog Baythe beautiful Llangrannog Bay Another view of the beautiful Llangranog BayPerfect for kids, 15 minutes away with a lovely sandy beach and nice surf, perfect for kids wanting to body surf, and easy for Mums & Dads to watch and have a drink or a meal in the cafe’ right on the edge of the beach. Spot on! Also, a good starting point for any coastal walk.

Coastal walks along the nearby cliff tops New Quay to Cwmtydu. Coastal walk of about 4 miles through old smugglers haunts and deep valley’s to the pebble beach where Seals come ashore to have their pups each autumn.

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Around Cardigan, 20 miles south of the Fishery.

A view of the beautiful Cenarth FallsThe Atlantic Salmon can be seen here leaping the falls. Cenarth Falls About 20 minutes away with peaceful walks, water falls, salmon leap and coracle centre

The Denmark Farm Conservation Centre, in beautiful Ceredigion; where wildlife is at the heart of everything they do. Denmark Farm is for families and nature-lovers, conservationists and land managers. With lovely walks around this wild life and conservation center. 1/2hour away near Lampeter.

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Out & About

A 3/4 hour drive away to the National Botanical Garden of Wales. Located near Carmarthen, beautiful gardens and plants and a large indoor area underneath a huge glass dome, similar in style to that of the Eden Center.

For kids of all ages Oakwood Theme Park The largest theme park in Wales - about 1 hours drive.

Cardigan Island Coastal Farm Park See Dolphins, Seals, Birds almost every day and lots more on the Coastal Farm 200 yards from the sea.