New Quay has some of the best views of Cardigan Bay on the coast of West Wales. Not to long ago the town was once important for fishing and shipbuilding with wooden boats being built on the local beaches. With a small sheltered harbour and safe beaches now the focus of activity in the summer when New Quay becomes a bustling and vibrant holiday resort, and is near to Quay West Holiday Park.
Little Quay, or Cei Bach as it is also known, the beach is sheltered and generally quiet. You can enjoy the views over the sea and out to the Cardigan Bay. Many visitors come here for the sunsets which are said to be spectacular and if you like wildlife then you won’t be disappointed here. When the tide is out you can walk all the way to New Quay Harbour, a walk that will take around 20mins.
Artisan pizzas served alongside the Penlon ales. Local craft ciders, gins and delicious coffee.
Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre, in New Quay, is a great place to visit; find out how to spot local marine wildlife such as dolphins, porpoises and seals from the brilliant team of volunteers.
Half hour guided Bottlenose Dolphin Watching Boat Trip. Experience the wonders of under the water as we lift a lobster pot, allowing you to see close up and handle all the creatures that we catch. Find out the facts on not just the dolphins, but the seals, the seabirds, the birds of prey, the jelly fish, the porpoise and anything else that happens to come along.
Modern, clean, professional and fun sea fishing trips from the picturesque fishing village of New Quay. Try your hand at fishing from a boat a sea fishing trip boat will always have a trip to remember.
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