A Cardigan Holiday

An Advertising Feature Wales is too often overlooked by holidaymakers from outside the country.  But there are all kinds of holiday deals to be found online which make Wales an even more attractive option than the south of England. It can be surprising that those Britons who stay in the UK for the holidays forget […]

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New Quay

Not to be confused with its Cornish counterpart, New Quay is actually a coastal town in the Cardigan Bay area of West Wales. The town is relatively small, but is still popular with tourists, thanks to its sandy beaches, lively harbour, and positioning as a seaside resort and traditional fishing town. Along with a history […]

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Cardigan Bay

Cardigan Bay, located in West Wales, is an inlet in the Irish Sea, which at its heart features the town of Cardigan, while Lampeter, New Quay, Devils Bridge, Tregaron, Fishguard, and Aberforth are also located in the county of Cardiganshire, and lie either along the coast, or further inland. The bay has many nature reserves […]

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Cardigan Bay Wildlife

The coastline of West Wales has always been an attractive home for various plant and animal life, and one of the best places to see the various species is in Cardigan Bay. Some parts of Cardigan Bay have been designated Special Areas Of Conservation because of the ecosystems they support, which include biogenic or living […]

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Dylan Thomas

Larger than life Welsh poet Dylan Thomas was born in Swansea in 1914. Although he died young (in 1953), he still left behind him a considerable legacy of work, which has seen him become one of the most well-known names in Welsh literature. Dylan started writing at a young age and produced a long list […]

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