With its big sandy beaches, its diverse range of wildlife, romantic history and picturesque views, New Quay in west Wales is a holiday destination that is inspiring more and more people each year.
Visitors to New Quay are charmed by the spectacular outlook of Cardigan Bay from the pier, with dolphins jumping in the bay and fishing boats bobbing in and out of the harbour.
As well as dolphins, wildlife lovers can see grey seals in the bay and further inland there are opportunities to spot rare birds such as the chough and the red kite.
Exploring New Quay and its surrounding coastline and countryside can be done in many ways, with popular choices including mountain biking, kayaking, sailing and even paragliding. Activity holidays in New Quay are popular all year round.
New Quay's history is in shipbuilding and visitors can learn about the days when fishing and smuggling were the main activities at the port by visiting the town hall. Another important feature of New Quay's history are the plays of Dylan Thomas, who grew up in the area in the early 20th Century, taking inspiration from the scenery when writing plays such as `Under Milk Wood'.
Cottage accommodation in New Quay is available for small or large groups, with spring and summer being the best times to visit to catch the seaside festivals held around the Cardigan Bay area.