A Bay to remember
Guided boat trips to bring you closer to the wildlife of Cardigan Bay: Dolphin, seal and sea bird watching tours. A Bay to Remember use modern purpose built vessels with the latest environmentally friendly engines and safety equipment that offer a safe and exhilarating experience suitable for all ages. Their booking office is located just outside the entrance to the Pizzatipi, some boat trips depart from this riverside location too.
Telephone 01239 623558 Website
Cardigan wildlife reserve
The stunning Teifi Marshes is one of the best wetland sites in Wales, with thousands of starlings coming in to roost and performing a glorious murmuration over the marshes before descending to roost. Families will love exploring the nature trails on foot or on two wheels, and discovering the abundance of wildlife around the marshes and the Welsh Wildlife Centre.
Telephone 01239 621600 Website
Evocative Iron Age settlement set in the rugged, magical landscape of North Pembrokeshire. You can see how people lived in the Iron Age, what their houses looked like, how they dressed and how they went about their daily life. Enter the roundhouses and step back into the past, soak up the atmosphere of a bygone era and imagine what life must have been like for our ancestors.
Telephone 01239 891319 Website
The River Teifi has some of the most breathtaking otherwise unreachable stretches in Wales, Heritage Canoes has the only commercial contract to take you there. Winding towards the sea, the deep, tidal Teifi Gorge is a unique environment where fresh and salt waters meet and the species it is home to forms one of the most varied aquatic landscapes in the country. The gorge offers safe, gentle river paddling in open canoes for people of all ages and abilities. With the river flowing lazily past ancient woodland and wildlife habitats, a canoe trip should be high on your list of must-do’s on your holiday.
Telephone 01239 623633 Website
Fancy skiing in West Wales? You can do just that! Not far from Manorafon, the Urdd Centre is just outside of Llangrannong & has a dry ski slope, horse-riding, go-karts, indoor swimming pool & lots more.
Telephone 01239 652140 Website
National Wool museum
Located in the historic former Cambrian Mills, the Museum is a special place with a spellbinding history. Re-opened in 2004 following major re-development, this flagship museum is a exciting place to visit with something for everyone to enjoy. Families can have fun following the specially designed trail, 'A Woolly Tale', and create their own guide to making and using woollen cloth, trying their hand at carding, spinning and sewing along the way.
Telephone 0300 1112333 Website
Mwldan is a vibrant arts and entertainment complex situated in the centre of Cardigan. It presents a year-round diverse and eclectic professional programme of national and international artistic activity across a wide range of artforms, including drama, music, dance, film, literature, opera, visual and applied arts. They also have one of best film programmes in Wales, offering over 3,000 screenings a year including both mainstream and specialist film releases.
Telephone 01239 621200 Website
Folly Farm is a fun-packed day out for families with toddlers & young children. It's not just a farm either - it also has a zoo with penguins, lions, zebras & giraffes. For those wet days that we occasionally get in West Wales there is plenty to do indoors here too including the jolly barn & adventure playground.
Telphone 01834 812731 Website