Cardigan Bay Camping and Caravanning Club Site can be found in a stunning location just minutes away from the beautiful Heritage Coastline in the west of Wales. The park is open from late March until early November and offers 85 pitches that welcome motorhomes, tents, and touring caravans and campers.
We are a child and pet friendly park with a children’s play area and loads of open space for both youngsters and your animals to enjoy. Of course, you also have immediate access to the surrounding countryside and can be on one of the many stunning local beaches in a matter of minutes. You’ll find everything you need on site at Cardigan Bay Camping and Caravanning Club Site for a comfortable stay, including electric hook-ups for your pitch and park-wide Wi-Fi internet access for those who want to keep up to date with what is happening at home or back in the “real world.” There are also laundry, washing up, and chemical waste disposal facilities if you need them so you can always take care of your essentials.
Our location is one of the main attractions of our site, and brings regular visitors back year after year, often several times during the same season! The nearest town, and the best beach, is New Quay, which is a short distance to the north of our caravan site. Not only are the waters calm and the beaches beautiful, you can often spot dolphins a short distance from the coast. Typically you’ll only see a handful, but there have been known to be up to 80 swimming together at times in recent years.
You’ll also find a Honey Farm in New Quay, which is great for looking around and learning something new, as is the Wildlife Centre in the town. There are plenty of shops to stock up on holiday essentials and places where you can get something to eat and drink, too, meaning you’re always looked after whether on site or around the local area.Cross Inn, the village near the site, has public houses and other local amenities, including a Post Office, too.
Aberystwythcan be reached in little over half an hour and is a great town to explore, with a large Arts Centre and a marina, as well as other attractions to be taken in by families that love culture, not to mention a range of great shops and popular chain restaurants, too.
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New Quay town is three miles to the north. Five or six dolphins can regularly be seen from the beach; as many as 80 have been there at times.
The New Quay Honey Farm is the largest in Wales and has a Meadery.
The Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre in New Quay tells of the dolphins in the Bay. Visitors can join researchers on dolphin surveys.
Red kites and buzzards are often seen from the site. Find out more at Bwlch Nant Yr Arian Visitor Centre and feeding station.
The Rock Mill is a Grade II listed mill, a working legacy of the last of the working waterwheel-powered Welsh woollenmills.
Walk from the site to the Coastal Path – just over three miles away.
Aberaeron is at the mouth of the River Aeron – one house in four here is listed as being of special interest.
Cardigan is the home of the first National Eisteddfod, an arts festival, in 1176. The Gwyl Fawr Aberteifi is still a major event in the cultural calendar.
The capital of mid-Wales, Aberystwyth, is 25 miles from the site. Now a university town, it is home to the largest Arts Centre in Wales as well as a bustling marina.
Cross Inn, the village near the site, has shops, a Post Office and a friendly pub with good food.
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