Aberdovey is the jewel of Mid Wales, nestling between Snowdonia National Park and the stunning coastline of Cardigan Bay. The village combines excellent facilities for visitors whilst maintaining an intimate and friendly atmosphere that has been drawing tourists for decades. The microclimate that seems to surround the estuary gives consistently better weather than further inland.
Aberdovey has a stunning beach with golden sands extending over four miles up the coast that is patrolled by life guards and has a host of activities. Whether you are a yachtsman, a dinghy sailor, kite surfer of canoeist the village is a haven for water sports and is well equipped to cater for all. For the fishermen, day trips can be arranged out into Cardigan Bay, but if you would prefer something more sedate there’s always fishing, or even crabbing, off the pier.
Extending out from the village along the coastline lies Aberdovey Golf Course. Founded in 1892, this historic course offers a genuine links challenge and is consistently ranked as one of the top courses in the UK. With long term fans such as Ian Woosnam and Peter Baker, the course is a must for all golfers.
On the other side of the village lies the stunning countryside of Snowdonia National Park. There is a whole wealth of activities to choose from ranging from quad biking, hiking, pony trekking, or simply exploring the vistas. The Tallylyn Steam railway running from the coast up into the mountains offers an excellent day out for all the family.
Aberdovey is only 2-3 hours away either by car or train from the Midlands and can easily be visited if you want to sample all that the area has to offer