5 of Ceredigion’s must-visit gems

5 of ceredigions must visit gems

Wales is famous amongst avid travellers and adventure-seeking families for a multitude of reasons, from the breathtaking coastline along with Pembrokeshire, the rolling hills in the Brecon Beacons to the rocky mountains of Snowdonia National Park that attracts thousands to hike up its rough terrain for the opportunity to look out over unspoiled landscapes.

However, whilst these areas are perhaps the most popular areas of Wales, there are countless other locations in this spectacular country worth exploring and perhaps one area that you should put on your list is Ceredigion, a hidden gem nestled in Mid Wales. The spectacular coastline fringes the county, whilst inland there are some attractive countryside landscapes to marvel at. In this feature, we list some of the hidden beauties around Ceredigion that make it a worthwhile visit for anyone wanting to experience a new, often overlooked part of Wales.

Aberystwyth is arguably one of the main destinations within Ceredigion and has a very legitimate claim as the cultural capital of Wales. Aside from Aberystwyth University, it also boasts the hugely respected National Library of Wales, and The Aberystwyth Arts Centre which is a focal point for contemporary Welsh language and culture…

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