The sandy, sheltered beaches at Aberporth bustle with activity during the summer season, making the seaside village one of Ceredigion’s favourite holiday destinations. Rock pools are exposed at low tide and waiting to be explored by little hands! With its sandy beaches and great local amenities, there’s much to keep you in Aberporth but wander just 1 1mile along the Ceredigion Coastal Path to discover Tresaith, another award winning sandy beach, a tiny village that hugs the hillside with a natural waterfall that leaps from the cliff to the rocks below. Another pub called the Ship Inn offers great food. As well as incredible views from its terrace, it offers a fantastic spot for watching sensational sunsets over Cardigan Bay. Further along the path is the picturesque beach of Penbryn, its sand dunes and surrounding woodland is managed by the National Trust and is a must to visit while here. The historic market town of Cardigan is just a 15 minute drive away. Its unspoilt townscape and rich heritage is home to a whole host of attractions and amenities to suit all ages and weather. A boat trip from the town’s river side pontoon to the mouth of the Teifi estuary and Cardigan Island is a fantastic way to spend an afternoon. Or why not take a boat trip or a guided marine tour of Cardigan Bay from several different locations along the coast. The area is teeming with wildlife; bottlenose dolphins, Atlantic grey seals, harbour porpoises, seabirds, rare choughs and skylarks can all be seen and will make un unforgettable holiday experience!