A Bay to Remember

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A Bay to Remember: Bay Explorer include circumnavigating Cardigan Island, an important nesting ground to a variety of sea birds. Exploring the coast between Cardigan /Aberporth and Mwnt, which are both important feeding areas for resident bottlenose dolphins. Visiting Cemaes Head, where atlantic grey seals can be seen and where there are also sea caves for to explore.

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To Gwbert :
From Cardigan you need to turn onto the A4548 from Cardigan towards Gwbert. You will come to a straight section of road with the estuary immediately to your left, there is a car park along this straight and then make your way by foot down onto and along the beach. If you are of restricted mobility some parking is available on the beach. You will need to drive a little further and then turn into Teifi Boat Club, drive straight through down onto the slipway and then turn right onto the beach. Approximately 50 yards along the beach is Pen-yr-Ergyd spit where the pontoon will depart from is situated. Park along the stone wall to your right and make your way to the pontoon.

To Aberporth :
Turn off the A487 onto the B4333 and make your way down into Aberporth village. There are 2 public car parks in Aberporth but these can be extremely busy so please allow plenty of time for parking. The boat departs from Dyffryn beach which is the northern most (or the one on the right) of the two beaches in the Village. After parking, make your way down onto the beach where the departure point will be seen.




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