Ceredigion, on the West coast of Wales, is a perfect destination for exploring the Welsh countryside & coastline, for a weekend break or perhaps a longer vacation. From the secret coves of Cardigan Bay, famous for its wildlife, coastal walking and beautiful sunsets, to the cascading waterfalls, mature woodlands and mountain slopes of the Cambrian Mountain,
It’s not only countryside and seascapes you’ll discover, but a distinctive region with a thriving cultural identity, which is also passionate about producing and serving good food. Taste Trail Ceredigion aims to take you on a tour around the county,showing you the glorious scenery and introducing you to some of the amazing food & drink produced right here in Cardiagan Bay!
From the university town of Aberystwyth to tiny seaside villages, market towns to rural hamlets, Ceredigion’s towns and villages offer a warm welcome and a host of attractions and history to discover. You’ll never be short of interesting things to see & do!
The Ceredigion Coast Path follows a sixty mile route between the Teifi & Dyfi estuaries – from Cardigan in the South to Ynys Las in the North. Open 365 days of the year the dramatic scenery changes with the weather! You’ll find several Taste Trail members along the path – giving a welcome break for home made ice cream or a coffee, or you can ring ahead and pick-up-a-picnic to eat along the way.
Throughout the year there are many events to enjoy, including walking festivals, exciting sporting events, music, theatre and art as well as traditional country shows and food festivals. Our Taste Trail will help you enjoy your stay in Ceredigion – each producer offers a unique insight into living & working in this beautiful county…producing quality food & drink for you to enjoy and perhaps take some home with you to remind you of a Great Holiday.