Visit Witch's Cauldron
Walk on Poppit Sands Beach
Go on a boat local trip with 'A Bay to Remember'
See the coast line from the sea with Mayberry Kayaking
Visit St Dogmaels Abbey and Award Winning Market
Walk the world famous Coastal Paths
We're still discovering everything there is to experience in this special, secret part of Wales. From walking along rugged clifftop paths, secret coves and windswept beaches; to kayaking along the sparkling River Teifi fringed by the beautiful Teifi Marshes and magical Cilgerran Castle, or exploring the characterful old County town of Cardigan.
This beautiful area of Wales packs a lot of punch. Some of our suggested favourite things to do are listed below:
"16. Walk the Pembrokeshire Coast Path - The Ultimate UK bucket list:
20 things to do before you die" The Telegraph 2017
St Dogmaels is a great base to walk both the Pembrokeshire Coast Path and The Ceredigion Coast path. plus there are some stunning local walks in the area and groups that are happy for you to walk with them. By using the Poppit Rocket bus that picks you up at 9.05am each morning opposite Oriel Milgi you can walk to Fishguard over 2 or 3 days in approximately 8 mile chunks whilst keeping your base in St Dogmaels.
There are some wonderful local guided walks with local photographers, storytellers and foragers, please look at our walks page for more information.
We are based next to the Medieval Abbey in St Dogmaels, and provide top quality Paragliding Instruction for students from West Wales, Mid Wales and beyond. With over twelve years experience we offer paraglider courses and Tandem flights teaching and flying in the local Preseli mountains.
For coastal species, such as Chough, Peregrine, Stone Chat and seabirds then head for Mwnt or Llangranog. For waders then go to the estuaries of Nevern and Teifi, for wildfowl it has to be the Teifi estuary or the Teifi Marshes. But for sheer volume the old woodlands can't be beaten, check out the Teifi valley between the Teifi Marshes and Llechryd.
Gentle Giants Shire Horse Drawn Carriages are based in Moylegrove, Pembrokeshire.
You have a choice of carriage, traditional farm wagon, or even just the horses.
Fun day working with Shire Horses:
chainharrowing, driving or ploughing with the Welsh Champion.
Dyfed Riding Centre
Maesyfelin, Cardigan SA43 3DG
There are rides to suit all ages, from beginners to experienced cyclists, whether it be Mountain Biking, Touring or tearing up the roads on a Racing Bike.
Newport Links Golf Club
A traditional links course overlooking Newport Bay and the Preseli Hills.
North Pembrokeshire has sea cliff climbing on sandstone, gabbro and volcanic cliffs from 10m to 90m high.
Bay to Remember (photo above)
Dolphin Watching Boat Trips in Cardigan Bay.
Fully guided marine tours offer a safe and exhilarating experience suitable for all ages and abilities (wheelchair accessible boarding available in Cardigan). Tel: 01239 623558
Our trips depart all year round (limited winter sailings) and last from 1 - 1 1/2 hours in length.
Kayak upclose among Rare Nesting Birds, Seals, Dramatic Ocean & More, as You Kayak the
Stunning Pembrokeshire Coast With Mike Mayberry’s Legendary Kayak School 01348 874699 email@example.com
Suring and Kayaking
Lots of areas to body board, surf or kayak along the coast. Pop into BaySports Shop in Cardigan to get all the local informationon the best places to go and stock up on equipment.
Fishing licences are available from St Dogmaels Post Office. Plus there is 'Castaway' a great fishing supplies shop on College Row ( Next to the Guildhall) in Cardigan.
Large and small stillwater fisheries offering coarse angling opportunities as well as game species that include wild brown trout and rainbow trout.
Cardigan Bay Active
A range of activities for you, your family and friends to enjoy the best of what our local landscape has to offer. We provide one of the region's largest choice of activities on the sea, on the river and in the woods from our base on the Teifi and out into Cardigan Bay and around the Pembrokeshire coast.
Deborah Darling Workshops
Mixed media artist, with thirty years of experience and former artist in residence with the museum of childhood. Workshops inclye, automatron making, puppet making and print making,
is a potter and visual artist. He trained in Ceramics and 3D in the mid 1980s at Camberwell School of Art. In the mid 1990s he completed an MA in Fine Art at UWIC, Cardiff. Peter lives and runs a studio in Cardigan, West Wales and works at Bath Spa University as a Senior Lecturer within the Ceramics department.
Artist and painter, contact Clare to discuss weekend or holiday painting courses for groups or individuals in West Wales.
Candle making workshops.
Maggie Cross Workshops
Maggie trained at the School of Jewellery in Birmingham. With her, you can have fun making something special with a personal touch. Carve a unique, one of a kind ring using jewellers wax and a selection of tools. Your bespoke wax ring will then be sent to a casting company in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter who will cast the wax into solid silver using the process of lost wax casting. Maggie will then hand finish the silver rings in her workshop in West Wales and post them back t
Vic North Bakes Workshops
Vicky North is a micro baker who runs workshops for adults and children from her café in Newport (20 minute drive from Oriel Milgi). Vicky was recently featured in The Guardian, Cook supplement and on the BBC Radio Wales Eleri Sion show.