The Royal Pier in Aberystwyth is a pleasure pier. Aberystwyth Pier was the first pier to open in Wales in 1865, but after a series of storms, it is now Read more [...]
Nearest Things To Do Ceredigion
Heading to Ceredigion and looking for something to do or a place to visit nearby. Coast Radar is not just a list of beaches but we bring you the whole Ceredigion coast including castles, lighthouses, piers, museums, beautiful gardens, seaside towns, National Trust and other heritage properties.
When on an information page you can also use our tools to search for nearby Ceredigion seaside towns, and the surrounding coast for the best beaches and places to stay and eat.
Finding the best things to see and do on a Ceredigion day out with your family or friends is easy – simply explore the links below, to find the closest hit the jump to my location compass or use the search bar to plan where your next Ceredigion activity could be.
St Dogmael’s Abbey is a ruined 12th century abbey in St Dogmael’s, near Cardigan in Pembrokeshire. Founded in 1115 by Robert fitz Martin and his wife, Maud Peverel, for monks Read more [...]
Cardigan lifeboat station is situated on the Heritage coastline of Cardigan Bay, today’s two inshore lifeboats cover an area of beaches, secluded coves and towering cliffs.
New Quay lifeboat station was established in 1864. Station open for visits (afternoon only) and shop open afternoons Easter to end of September.
The Llywernog Silver Lead Mine is an 18th-century mine located in the heart of the Cambrian Mountains near Ponterwyd in Ceredigion. Saved in the 1970s from dereliction, the Llywernog mine Read more [...]
Aberystwyth Castle is an Edwardian fortress that was built during the First Welsh War in the late 13th century. It was begun during Edward I’s first Welsh campaign at the Read more [...]
Aberystwyth lifeboat station is situated in one of the main holiday resorts of Cardigan Bay. The Aberystwyth lifeboat station was established in 1843 and now operates an inshore lifeboat.
Constitution Hill was a an early theme park built Victorians. It consisted of arcades and a restaurant at the foot of the hill, the railway, and at the top of Read more [...]
Castell Henllys is an archaeological site of an Iron Age hillfort near Cardigan in North Pembrokeshire. Step back in time, to around 600 BC, and experience life as an Iron Read more [...]
Established in 1966 and situated in the old fishing hamlet of Borth and at the south end of the beach.
Llanerchaeron is aGeorgian (1790s) villa, set in the beautiful Aeron valley. The estate includes house, walled gardens ornamental lake and working organic farm with the house still has many original features Read more [...]
Devil’s Bridge has a Nature trail that can take in the Rheidol Gorge. The 90 m (300 ft) Devil’s Bridge Falls drops in five sections down the steep and narrow ravine, Read more [...]