With the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, the Preseli Hills and the Gwaun Valley on your doorstep you are never lost for somewhere to explore.
The views in this area are truly stunning from horseback. Trekking and lessons can be organised any time by calling one of the local stables.
Bikes are available for hire throughout the area.
Local Newport offers a fantastic place for sailing activities. Better still, launch your own vessel from Aberfforest and explore the stunning coastline by boat (subject to pre-arrangement and a fee)
You are welcome to fish off the rocks on the beach, or you can take day trips from Fishguard or Cardigan. Crabbing off the rocks at low tide in Newport or Lower Town, Fishguard is always a fun activity for all the family.
A plethora of action-packed trips are offered including paragliding, kayaking and mountain biking.
A wide range of sightseeing tours can be arranged including seal spotting, dolphin spotting and bird watching.
There is an 18-hole golf course in Newport, which happens to boast some of the best views of the local area and a lovely restaurant open to non-members.
There is a hard court in Dinas and one in Newport. These do not require booking as they are based on a first-come-first-served basis.
Historical local sites
Celtic connections are strong with Pentre Ifan cromlech (a Neolithic site of chambered dolmen) and Castell Henllys (a reconstructed iron-age hill fort).
There are local farmer’s markets in both Newport and Fishguard showcasing local produce.
The Theatr Mwldan in Cardigan is a vibrant presenting and producing arts centre and has an excellent list of films, plays, concerts and live performances.
Theatr Gwaun in Fishguard has a wide variety of film and live entertainment.