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Breathe in fresh sea air as you explore the west coast of Wales, walking the Ceredigion Coast Path on this five-day self-guided walking holiday. With a detailed route-map provided, and comfy accommodation sorted for you along the way, all you need to do is lace up your walking boots and hit the trails.
The Ceredigion Coast Path traces a 60 mile (96 km) path between the Dyfi and Teifi estuaries in Cardigan Bay. The route offers a beguiling combination of stunning coastal scenery and welcoming coastal towns and villages. The coastline features white sand beaches, marsh estuaries, dunes and high cliffs and plays host to rich bird-life and flora.
From high atop the Ceredigion coast path you’ll be rewarded with views that coast for miles out to sea. Look out for bottlenose dolphins at Cardigan Bay and while you’re heading north into Llanon village. Elsewhere, your days will be graced with idyllic beaches like the ones at Mwnt and New Quay – once home to writer, Dylan Thomas. Then there’s the bustling university town of Aberystwyth where you’ll find a traditional seaside promenade complete with Royal Pier and plenty of places to tuck into tasty local cuisine. Lastly, there’s the Dyfi National Nature Reserve where sand dunes at Ynyslas unfold in waves out onto a sandy beach.
You’ll cover 96 kilometres – about 60 miles - over five days, so this tour’s not too hard going on the legs, there are a few hilly stretches though – so be warned! The team who organise it has graded it as moderate – so it’ll suit active families and those used to walking fair distances. As this is self-guided there may also be some points where good navigational skills are required – though the path is well marked most of the time.
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