Maps of :Aberporth Tourist Attractions
Map of Aberporth Tourist Attractions in Wales >
This map portrays some of the best tourist attractions in Aberporth, Wales. Click on our interactive map below to find details of the Attractions in Aberporth that are featured in the Walesdirectory. Please click on the 'Map Layers' list on the sidebar to find accommodation close to the attraction displayed on the map.
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Ship Inn - The Ship Inn dispenses Real Ales and serves Good Food. Families and Dogs are welcome. Enjoy a pint overlooking one of the best beaches in Wales. |Righ Beach Shop - The beach shop, take away and cafe overlooks the beach in Aberporth, Ceredigion, West Wales. Find all you need for a great family day on the beach. In Aberporth Beach - Close to the beach is a colourful Beach Shop with all the buckets, spades and fishing nets that a good rock pooler requires. | The east beach can be q Aberporth Beach - East - The Ceredigion Coastal Path and the Wales Coastal Path pass through Aberporth beach. Above the beach is a small café that overlooks the beach, a sou Fathgarreg - Fathgarreg is a rocky outcrop and headland to the east of Aberporth beach in Ceredigion West Wales. The Ceredigion Heritage Coast path between Tresai Aberporth Bay - Aberporth Bay is an inlet of Cardigan Bay on the west coast of Wales. The bay is defined by the rocky headlands at Trecregyn and Fathgarreg. Aberporth Aberporth Sailing and Boating Club - Aberporth Sailing and Boating Club operates from Aberporth in Ceredigion West Wales. My picture shows some "swallow" style of boats sailing Trecregyn - Trecregyn is a headland to the west of Aberporth beach in Ceredigion West Wales. The headland overlooks the beautiful Aberdaron Bay with its two fine Gardd y Nos - Modern restaurant in Aberporth, near Cardigan in South West Wales. Cuisine: Modern British, Welsh. Tresaith Beach - Tresaith beach is located between Aberporth and Llangrannog on Cardigan Bay in Ceredigion West Wales.
It is a sandy west facing beach looking over C Penbryn Beach - Penbryn beach sits close to the village of Penbryn between Tresaith and Llangranog in Ceredigion, West Wales. It is owned by the National Trust and is Felinwynt Rain Forest and Butterfly Centre - THE RAINFOREST CENTRE IS NOW CLOSED, DUE TO RETIREMENT.
John and Dorothy Devereux have a passion for rainforests and butterflies. They have created a Internal Fire - A working museum covering the history of the internal
combustion engine in industry and agriculture. Engines running daily from 10:30
until 5:00 Eas Castellnadolig Iron Age Fort - Castellnadolig is an ancient monument in Sarnau, Ceredigion, Wales. Christmas Castle Fort, as it translates into English, is more commonly known by it Penmorfa Chapel Sarnau - Penmorfa Welsh Calvinistic Methodist Chapel is located in Penmorfa close to Sarnau, in Ceredigion, Wales. |
Penmorfa Chapel was built in 1796, rebu Llangranog - Llangrannog beach or Traeth y Pentref, sits between two massive headlands and looks out past Carreg Bica (the huge rock) to the blue seas of Cardigan Llangranog Beach Surfing - Llangranog has a sheltered sandy beach known as 'Traeth y Pentref' (the village beach). This is a popular spot with surfers when there's a decent swel Llangrannog Beach - There is a seafront car park and in the summer months
there is additional parking 5 minutes walk from the main beach. Dogs
are not allowed on the Cilborth Beach - Fantastic views can be found from the numerous coastal walks, including the All Wales Coastal Path, which surround the area and lead up to the headlan The Old Post Office Gallery - The Old Post Office Gallery. Opening Octobor 2008.
All the Artists exhibiting in this new gallery will be Local Artists. There will be Paintings, P Mwnt Beach - Mwnt beach is in Cardigan, Ceredigion and is situated in Cardigan Bay. The beach faces the Irish Sea and is owned by the National Trust. Mwnt is a s New Inn - Pub situated in Rhydlewis, Brynhoffnant, South Wales.
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