Seafish North Wales

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Seafish North Wales: The pleasure trips around Cardigan Bay offer stunning views of the coastline, geological formations that can only be seen and appreciated from the sea. The birds of St Tudwal's Islands and Enlli (Bardsey Island) are a sight not to be missed, the spectacular sight of Gannets feeding to the colonies of , Razorbills Guillemots, puffins and many other species. Visit the large Seal colonies of Tudwal's and Bardsey and don't forget that Cardigan bay has a large population of Porpoise and Dolphin.


Also there is fishing trips - Fishing is normally good between the end of April and October with the bay producing a diverse array of fish, of course Bass, Bream and Tope are the favourites for inshore trips and the reefs, whilst Bardsey Island gives Reasonable size Pollock, Codling Coley, Ling, Wrasse.

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Address: Seafish North Wales, 1 Nant Lane, Morda, Oswesrty, Shropshire, SY10 9BX, UK
Phone: +44 1691650223
Email: judy-bcharter@hotmail.co.uk

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