Cardigan Certificated Locations
Situated at the base of Cardigan Bay in western Wales, Cardigan is a traditional destination for a beach break and has much to offer visitors of all ages.
For relaxation and outdoor pursuits it's hard to beat, with rugged coastlines, the Ceredigion Coastal Path and the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path nearby. Don't miss the chance to spot the local dolphins either.
If it's food and drink you're after, you won't be disappointed - the many restaurants and cafes serve up locally produced Welsh lamb and beef, cheeses, salmon and sea trout that are as fresh as can be.
Cardigan also has a pretty town centre watched over by the castle and many shops still have their traditional Georgian and Victorian fronts, housing independent boutiques as well as high street brands.
There'll be plenty to do whenever you visit, with other highlights including the Film Festival in January, the Sea Trout Challenge in June, the River and Food Festival in August and Victorian Night in December.