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Cardigan [1] is a coastal town in western Wales.

Get in[edit]

By train[edit]

  • From London, some trains direct to Fishguard, but generally will need to change in Swansea.

By bus[edit]

Get around[edit]

  • The Cardi Bach Bus : This great little bus runs between:

Cardigan - Patch - Gwbert - Ferwig - Mwnt - Felinwynt - Parcllyn - Aberporth - Tresaith - Penbryn - Penmorfa - Llainwen - Pontgarreg - Llangrannog - Gilfach - Llwyndafydd - Cwmtydu - Llwyndafydd - Caerwedros - Nanternis - Maenygroes - New Quay - Quay West.


  • Cardigan Castle [2]
  • Museum of Power [3], Castell Pridd, Tanygroes. Tel:+44 1239 811-212 - displays of internal combustion engines from 1911 to the present day.
  • David Beattie Etching Studio & Gallery [4], Paisley Villa, Llandygwydd. Tel:+44 1239 682-649 - etchings of rural Wales using traditional 'Intaglio' printmaking techniques.


  • Theatr Mwldan [5], arts venue.
  • See the dolphins of Cardigan Bay - the largest pod in Europe.





  • Cardigan Bay holiday accommodation including campsites

Get out[edit]


Cardigan's dialling code is 01239

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