Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre
No camping break in Cardigan Bay is complete without a leisurely boat trip exploring this sea-faring corner of Wales.
Tour the waters around the beautiful coastal county of Ceredigion from the Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre, a volunteer-led organisation dedicated to conserving Cardigan Bay's marine wildlife.
The Visitor Centre is based at New Quay overlooking the beach and harbour, and from here daily guided boat trips set out to tour the sweeping Welsh bay in search of bottlenose dolphins, porpoises, seals and seabirds.
Various trips are available, ranging from 1.5 hour family excursions to day-long survey trips, during which you'll have an exciting opportunity to observe researchers in action and help collect important information about Cardigan Bay's marine species.
Patent Slip Building, Glanmor Terrace
New Quay is off the A487 (the main coast road between Cardigan in the south and Aberystwyth in the north) on the A486 (from Synod Inn) or the B4342 (from Llanarth).