Ceredigion Coast Path

A walking holiday along Ceredigion's portion of the Wales Coast Path, from Machynlleth to St Dogmaels.

3 to 10 nights
32-73 miles
Easy / Moderate to Demanding

From £265 per person

About the trail

Bottle-nosed dolphins and grey seals are common sights on this shoreline and clifftop walk along the Ceredigion coastline. Sweeping from Machynlleth on woodland tracks and farmland pathways bordering the Dyfi, the Ceredigion Coast Path takes in far-reaching views of the Tarren Hills before joining the coastline and striking south around Cardigan Bay.

Undulating, high-level sections of the walk promise gorgeous seaside views, while miles of beach walking let you get right down to the surf. This is a particularly vibrant and friendly section of the Wales Coast Path, too, as it wends between welcoming coastal towns such as Aberystwyth, Llanrhystud, and Aberaeron.

We offer multiple holiday options along this trail. If you wish to walk the entire trail, simply select the first option from the list below.
"Coming into Borth" by Jane Kitchen (2016)
"Fingers in the Sea" by Jane Kitchen (2016)
"Mist as we leave New Quay" by Jane Kitchen (2016)
"Leaving Llanrhystud" by Jane Kitchen (2016)
"Between New Quay and Aberporth" by Jane Kitchen (2016)