New Quay is centrally located on the Cardigan Bay coast and there are many interesting places to visit within an hour or less drive
There are lovely beaches to the north and the south, and a wide variety of Museums and places of historical importance. Museums are presently closed due to covid-19.
Dolphin Spotting Boat Trips
Boat trips on the Ermol to spot marine life of all kinds, seals, seabirds and dolphins. Ticket office on the pier. Tel: 01545 560800.
Seamor Dolphin watching trips
Join us on a one hour guided Dolphin Watching Boat Trip. Learn about the local wildlife from our skippers. Tel: 07795 242445
Cardigan Bay Watersports
We offer a service limited to hire of kayaks and paddleboards for 2020. Tel: 01545 561257
Awesome Angling 2 hour fishing trip
Come on board for one of our Awesome Angling trips departing from New Quay! Rods and bait provided.Tel: 01545 560800
Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre
Dedicated to raising awareness of the local marine environment in Cardigan Bay and the Irish Sea. Tel: 01545 560224
Epic Sea Fishing Trips
Our Epic Fishing Trips are famous on the west coast of Wales for delivering the best of family friendly fishy fun. Tel: 07989 496526.
Llanerchaeron near Aberaeron
An elegant Georgian villa, in the Aeron valley. The estate includes a farm, walled gardens and lake. Booking required. Tel: 01545 570200.
7 miles from New Quay is a charming regency town with its coloured house and locely harbour. It has much to offer.
Cenarth on the Teifi
View the famous Cenarth Falls, and visit the Coracle Museum. This is an deal picnic spot beside the river Teifi.
Cors Caron - Tregaron Bog.
Cors Caron National Nature Reserve is a vast area of wetland filling the broad valley of the River Teifi near Tregaron.
Strata Florida Abbey
Grand medieval abbey where generations of Welsh princes are buried. It has stood on the banks of the river Teifi since 1201.
The Coastal Path
New Quay is mid way along the all Wales Coastal path. Walk north to Aberaeron or south to Cwmtydu and Llangrannog.
Uncover nearly 800 years of history at the magnificent Cilgeran Castle. This 13th-century fortress overlooks the spectacular Teifi Gorge.
St Dogmaels Abbey
Close to Cardigan, the Benedictine Tironensian Abbey is at St Dogmaels, there is also a community visitors centre and museum here.
The museum is home to both permanent and temporary displays that explore Ceredigion’s heritage, culture and art. Tel: 01970 633088
Internal Fire Museum.
Museum of Power with working engines from 1850s steam engines through to modern high speed diesels. Tel: 01239 811212
Dolaucothi Gold Mines
Come and explore the only know Roman Goldmine in the UK. Be lead around our workings by our tour guides.
Welsh Wildlife Centre, Cilgeran
The Welsh Wildlife Centre is a wildlife reserve covering Teifi Marshes, near Cilgerran on the Pembrokeshire/Ceredigion border, Wales.
Vale of Rheidol railway.
Steam train trip up the Rheidol Valley from Aberystwyth to Devil's Bridge Tel: 01970 625819.
Silver Mountain Experience
Explore Llyernog silver / lead mine near Ponterwyd, Aberystwyth.Tel: 01970 890620
kayaking, canoeing, climbing, coasteering, river swimming, hill walking, canyoning. Tel: 01559 363209