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20 Yorkshire Walks with only one map OL21

Kindle book - My Lanzarote. 10 walks and a personal view

Kindle Book And A Pub For Lunch

20 Walks in the Yorkshire Dales with only one map OL2

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Ceredigon (prevously known as Cardiganshire) comprises around half the coastline of Ceredigon Bay. The county town is Cardigan which was a major port until its harbour silted up. It is one of the least populated counties of Wales. A large proportion of the population speak Welsh. It is home to the famous university town of Aberystwyth.

Ceredigon is known to have been inhabited since prehistoric times and there are many hill fort sites.

There are a number of small villages and towns along the coast but the best known and arguably the most attractive are New Quay and Aberaeron. However as a whole, the county is a rural, farming area.

To the east of the county are the Cambrian Mountains.

The coastline is famous for regular sightings of Bottlenose Dolphins, Porpoises and Grey Seals.

The Ceredigon Coast Path now forms part of the Wales Coast Path, which is now complete along the whole coast of Wales. It provides some great walking opportunities and is an important element in my walks. It is well signposted.

There are a series of Wales Coast Path Official Guides

Ceredigon Reading List

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Ceredigon Walks With "Traffic Light" Rating

For an explanation of the "traffic light "rating see My Walks page.

Each symbol = 2 miles

The start point for all walks can be located on Google Maps. Click here.

Aberaeron to Aberarth
LLangranog Circular
New Quay to Cwmtydu

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All information on this site is given in good faith and no liability is accepted in respect of any damage, loss or injury which might result from acting on it.