Looking for a camping or caravaning destination that’s got it all? View and book West Wales caravan parks and coastal caravan sites for caravan holidays in Ceredigion and Cardigan Bay. From the Devil’s Bridge to devilled kidneys, bottles of Welsh ale to bottlenose dolphins, there’s nothing you won’t find here. Ceredigion has a long coastline dotted with breathtaking beaches and rocky coves home to small seaside villages and towns. The gently sloping countryside has charming market towns and tiny hamlets that recall days gone by. Ceredigion is the perfect base for an active caravan holiday with friends or family, beach holiday, or a romantic escapade.
For lovers of the arts, the Aberystwyth Arts Centre is a must-see. The popular university town of Aberystwyth is home to one of UK’s busiest and most vibrant arts centres which hosts comedy, dance, cinema screenings, theatrical events, and all types of exhibitions. If you’re visiting in February or March, you’ll enjoy the Wales One World Festival while those visiting in June will be delighted by the International Ceramics Festival. The Ynys-hir Nature Reserve is ideal for those who love nature. It is filled with woodland, salt marshes, and wet grassland and is home to geese and ducks in winter. During the summer, you’ll find many redshanks and lapwings. Avid readers will enjoy visiting the National Library of Wales. It has an archive of every film, piece of music, photograph, and book ever made in Wales. It holds regular exhibitions and lectures and is open to all visitors. Visit the seaside resort of Aberaeron and see Llanerchaeron, an elegant Georgian Mansion set beside the River Aeron. It was built by John Nash, the same person who built the Brighton Pavilion and Buckingham Palace. The coastal town of Aberaeron is most likely the prettiest in Wales. It has a lively harbour, Regency style buildings, and seaside restaurants that serve great Welsh meals and local ales.
If you’re here for the activities, you won’t be disappointed. For mountain bikers, the Cambrian Mountains await. They are ideal for bikers and walkers who love wild and rugged experiences. There are 3 walking trails, 3 biking trails, and 2 play areas for children. There’s also a café where you can sit and watch red kites feeding over a lake. Avid walkers will also be delighted by the Ceredigion Coastal Path which forms 60 miles of the Wales Coast Path. It stretches from the north to the south and allows visitors to discover Ceredigion’s rich history which includes 19th-century harbours, iron-age hill forts, and medieval fish traps. If you love watching sea creatures in their natural habitat, Cardigan Bay is the place to be. It is home to harbour porpoises, bottlenose dolphins, and Atlantic grey seals. Take a dolphin survey boat trip and learn from the experts about how the Special Area of Conversation is maintained. Ceredigion is also ideal for those who love water sports. Even the rental properties in the countryside are never too far from beaches offering sailing, surfing, or kite surfing. Holidays in Ceredigion give you an opportunity to escape the fast-paced city life and relax in tranquil surroundings.