Explore the Welsh County of Ceredigion
Ceredigion is a beautiful part of Wales with a scenic coastline, the cambrian mountains and the unique Devils Bridge forming part of a terrific County.
Ranging from the National Library of Wales, at Aberystwyth, housing some of the greatest literary treasures of Wales, to coastal boat trips and inland narrow gauge steam railways, there is plenty of variety to be found in Ceredigion.
Whether you want to take in the fantastic wildlife such as dolphins, seals, porpoise and marine birds or walk amongst the fantastic countryside, it completely up to you.
Some Tourist Information Sites for Ceredigion:
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