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On the wild west coast of Wales, the county of Ceredigion is famed for its glorious sandy beaches, dramatic sea cliffs and caves, spectacular sunsets and a wonderful array of wildlife, including the largest colony of bottlenose dolphins in Europe. Away from the sea, rolling farmland, fertile river valleys and characterful market towns give way to the brooding Cambrian Mountains, the main watershed of Wales.

As one of the least populated regions of Wales there is plenty of room to ramble in Ceredigion, and among the walks in this guide are established favourites as well as many lesser-known gems.

96 pages / 105mm x 148mm

Ceredigion 40 Walks

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